|Covid-19|January - King Gustav III summon the Riksdag of the Estates to Gävle.
February - The Riksdag of the Estates is dissolved.
16 March - Gustav III of Sweden is assassinated by Jakob Johan Anckarström at a masked ball the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm.
29 March - Gustav III dies and are succeeded by his minor son, Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden, under the guardianship of his uncle, Duke Charles.
The Funeral of Gustav III
27 April – Jakob Johan Anckarström is executed for regicide in Stockholm.
July - Gustaf Adolf Reuterholm becomes a member of the guardian government and the de facto regent of Sweden.
20 December – The Marriage of Figaro is given for the first time in Sweden at the Stenborg Theatre in Stockholm with Didrik Gabriel Björn and Eleonora Säfström.
- The French Theater of Gustav III is dissolved.
- Om det allmänna förståndets frihet by Thomas Thorild.
- Thomas Thorild is exiled for revolutionary ideas.
- Foundation of the Nationalmuseum.
- Foundation of the school of Johanna Lohm.
23 March – Carl Georg Brunius, art historian, archaeologist and architect (died 1869)
16 April - Ulla Stenberg, artist (died 1858)
24 July - Hedda Wrangel, composer (died 1833)
28 August – Karolina Bock, actress (died 1872)
Date unknown - Halta-Kajsa, tradition bearer (died 1857)
15 December – Joseph Martin Kraus, composer (born 1756)
8 November - Hedvig Eleonora von Fersen, courtier (born 1753)
1792 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1792 in Sweden