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Stockholm City Hall

1 Hantverkargatan, Stockholm 112 21, Sweden
+46 8 508 290 58
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The Stockholm City Hall is one of Sweden's most famous buildings, and one of the capital's most visited tourist attractions. It houses offices for 200 people including the Municipal Council, and is also famous for its grand ceremonial halls and unique art pieces. The Stockholm City Hall is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10 December each year. Between May and September, the City Hall Tower offers a breathtaking view of Stockholm.
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1 Hantverkargatan, Stockholm 112 21, Sweden
+46 8 508 290 58
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Reviewed today via mobile

We visited Stockholm for several days before a Baltic cruise and toured this building with a private guide. It was absolutely spectacular. I had read (in a guide book) that in Southern Europe it is the churches where splendor is most obvious, but in Northern...More

Thank jescfc
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Had a terrific inexpensive guided tour of the huge city hall. Huge rooms for the Nobel prize dinner and for the dancing afterwards. It was very worth seeing it.

Thank Peter J
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I felt the visit to the city hall was time well spent, but best seen with a guide who can explain the political structure. The building itself is designed to look somewhat medieval but is much more modern. The mural in the main hall is...More

Thank 48NYSV
Reviewed yesterday

It's really beautiful to shot the view of the city hall in the sunset! You don't really need to go inside, but it's interesting to know more.

Thank wintersurfer414
Reviewed yesterday

what an amazing building ! and "parks" around the building. the best view of the old town stockholm is from behind this place. a must to visit its right outside the old town (crossing bridge) you cannot miss the tower of the city hall. follow...More

Thank joselito1959
Reviewed yesterday

It was impressive and interesting. Annual Nobel Prizes took place here. Our tour guide explained the history, its function and the interior was beautiful. Worth visiting in Stockholm.

Thank AliceChui
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Pick up your lunch at the food truck opposite to Stadshuset. Take a short walk to the park by Stadshuset and enjoy your food and the fantastic view.😎

Thank Johan V
Reviewed 2 days ago

I enjoyed visiting City Hall and my tour guide spoke excellent English. I visited on Midsummer Day and the group of tour guides sang a wonderful Swedish song while wearing the flower wreaths. It was special. The various rooms were beautiful and interesting.

Thank travmama
Reviewed 3 days ago

This was not a "must see" for me but it just so happened that I took a boat ride that left and returned to the boat dock right next to City Hall. It was quite interesting - you have to go with a guide. There...More

Thank BBSF12345
Reviewed 4 days ago

We took a tour. This is the spot where the Nobel Prizes (except the Peace Prize) are announced and handed out. See the room where the event is held and the banquet to follow. The gold room is like nothing else.

Thank Ray S
Kungsholmen is one of the largest islands in central
Stockholm and one of the most popular places to live.
Its most famous attraction is Stockholm’s City Hall,
which stands out with its monumental architecture and
is one of the most photographed buildings in Sweden.
Kungsholmen has its own little city center and
shopping mall, its own beach and a lovely pedestrian
area next to the water, which charms both locals and
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Hiwa K
25 May 2017|
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Response from Emma H | Property representative |
Dear Hiwa, During the summer of 2017, the price is 110 SEK per person (with some reduced fees for certain categories like students etc.) The price includes a guided tour since this is the only way of entering the... More
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Tu Anh N
9 May 2017|
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Response from Emma H | Property representative |
If you're an individual visitor, and not part of a Group bigger than 10 people, you don't have to book a private tour. Instead, you just buy the tickets in our ticket office Before the tour starts. A tour is the only way of... More
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Susan K
16 April 2017|
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Response from Daniela T | Reviewed this property |
about one hour :)