In the north tower of Uppsala Cathedral (Uppsala domkyrka) you will find the Treasury (Skattkammaren). This cathedral museum is home 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 long time ago, there are a number of profane objects: Queen Margareta’s golden gown is the world’s only preserved evening gown from the Middle Ages. Three complete Renaissance men’s costumes, the Sture Dresses, are also on display as well as burial regalia from the kings and queens buried in the Vasa Chapel.
Unfortunately it is not possible to visit the Treasury if you depend on a wheelchair or walking frame, due to difficult emergency exits. Baby prams must be left downstairs.