Musketeers of the Royal Life Guards Regiment

Preserving traditions and bringing history to life

 The Royal Life Guards Infantry Regiment is today the oldest operational regiment in the world. The regiment was founded in 1521 during the reign of King Gustav Vasa.

The Musketeer corps is a voluntary unit manned with active and former soldiers from the Swedish defense forces. This unit was established in 1994 and has the task of displaying the maneuvers and combat formations that the infantry used during the year of 1845.