PLEASE NOTE! Due to the pandemic the Treasury is not open to visitors at the moment.
In the Treasury you will find bishops’ copes from the 13th century and later, the mid-15th century Marian chasuble, Archbishop Nathan Söderblom’s cope that he wore at the ecumenical synod of 1925.
Queen Margareta’s golden dress is the world’s only preserved evening gown from the middle ages and the so-called Sture Clothes are the only complete collection of men’s wear that survives from the Renaissance.
The Cathedral’s oldest silver and objects from the royal tombs are also on display.
The museum is open Monday-Saturday 10.00–16.00. Sundays and holidays 12.30-16.00. From May to September it is open until 17.00. The museum is closed on Good Friday, 30 April, Midsummer Eve and may be closed on 24 December.
Admission is 60 SEK. Free admission for children and young people under the age of 17. Groups 45 SEK/person (booking is necessary).
A maximum of about 25 people are allowed to be in the museum at the same time. Group visits need to be booked.