Situated in the north tower of Uppsala Domkyrka (Uppsala Cathedral) is Skattkammaren (Treasury) – a museum that is home to to one of Europe's finest collections of medieval church fabrics. In addition to the unique textiles and gold and silver objects used in the cathedral's worship services, there are a number of unique objects.
Here, you will find Queen Margareta's golden dress, which is the world's only preserved evening gown from the Middle Ages, and the so-called Sture Clothes, which were worn during the infamous Sture Murders and are the only complete collection of men's wear that survives from the Renaissance. You can also see Queen Kristina's gold chalice, funeral regalia from the royal Vasa grave and much more.
Facilities Disabled persons
toilet for disabled persons