Common Property and Responsibility of the Nobility
The House of Nobility palace in Stockholm’s Old Town was constructed over the period 1641–1674, and it is considered one of northern Europe’s best-preserved baroque town palaces. The upkeep of this property, which is jointly owned by the Knighthood and Nobility, is a delicate task that requires an understanding of historical building conservation along with antiquarian expertise.
The palace is open to the public and also made available for gatherings of the nobility. In the continuation of a tradition dating back to the 18th century, cultural events are arranged in the House of Nobility.