Last weekend we visited the oldest museum in Sweden that was founded by king Gustav II Adolf. He created the Livrustkammaren Museum because he wanted to save the clothes he wore during his battles in Poland, as a reminder of that period in history. Nowadays, the museum exhibits numerous belongings from different members of the Swedish royal family, so you can see some weapons and war equipment as well as different uniforms, dresses and jewellery that some of them possessed.
The museum is located in Tre Kronor Castle in the old town of Stockholm and it has one of world’s best collection of weapons, traditional garments, saddles and wagons. There is also a special room for kids where they can try out different costumes and feel like a king or a princess for a while. This museum surely offers plenty of fun and interesting things to its visitors and the gallery of photos we captured there will show you some of them.