The Altar piece
The altar piece was installed 1641-1659 and is made in wood with oil paintings picturing the Communion, the Baptism and the Crucifixion. It was designed by Markus Hebel and donated by the merchant Hans Johan Bremer.
The Altar is made of marble in different colours.
The Royal Gallery
The Royal Gallery was designed by the architect Nicodemus Tessin in 1672. The lower part is the sacristy while the upper part is reserved for the Royal family. The stairs to the upper part has a golden banister and at the rood is the cipher of King Karl XI and some gilded sculptures.
The interior is highly ornate with paintings by David Ehrenstrahl and 19:th century textiles.
The Pulpit at the north wall is made of wood in 1660. It was donated by Petrus Hansen and Anna Steker. If you look closely you can see the angel that carries it on its shoulders.
The Baptism chapel
The Baptism chapel is as old as the church itself and the centre piece is the resurrection epitaph from 1570.
The Organ and the Gallery
The (South) Gallery was built in 1647 and consisted of two levels, the upper level was demolished in the great fire 1878 and the material was used to build today's Organ Gallery. At the front of the Gallery is icons with scenes from the Bible, the total number is 119. The icons are made by Carl Thor Högh and Johann George Philip 1559-1560.
The Organ is a copy of the original from 1684 and was inaugurated in 2004. The Organ has 36 stops.