Drottningholm is a locality in Ekerö Municipality in Stockholm County in Sweden.
Drottningholm lent its name to the S/S Drottningholm, later used as a mercy ship during World War II used for the repatriation of diplomats, civilians and prisoners of war between Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Drottningholm is situated on the island Lovön in lake Mälaren on the outskirts of Stockholm.
The village was planned and built in the mid-18th century for the people working at the palace.
The Royal Family of Sweden’s permanent residence, Drottningholm Palace, is one of the country’s top tourist destinations.