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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
Kungsholmen
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

While in Stockholm Sweden you must take a Tour of the City Hall which hosts the Annual Nobel Prize Banquet. Out side look up and see the 3 Crowns on the top of the building these 3 crowns are Sweden's Crest on the Hockey Jersey....More

1  Thank Doug M
Reviewed 4 August 2016

This is a majestic structure, and the interior is the best part. The frescos are wonderful and reflective of the history of Sweden.

Thank Omer H
Reviewed 3 August 2016

One of the most fantastic city hall buildings I've seen. Paid tours are available, and I recommend it.

1  Thank srk123
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

If you appreciate architecture and I have to disclose I'm neither and architect, engineer or specializing in building stuff. Personal opinion one of the best architecture in Stockholm it's part of the city literally and figuratively since it the city hall and used during Nobel...More

1  Thank Raysixtus
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

A lovely piece of history in the heart of stock. Free to look around. The three crowns are iconic of swede. The gardens and statues are lovely

Thank bronnydoes
Reviewed 1 August 2016

After pulling an all-nighter in during the summer in Stockholm, which is easy because the sun never sets, it's a local tradition (for some) to go swimming down by the City Hall. I did this with friends that are locals and it's a memory I'll...More

Thank WeIITraveIed
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Better with a good guide. Beautiful structure, great to see the location of the Nobel Prize presentations. great gift shop.

Thank Joseph S
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Completed in 1923, Stockholm's city hall is well known for hosting the Nobel Banquet. The various rooms in the building have a different theme to it with notable mention of the blue hall and the golden hall. The tower carries the "Three Crowns" which is...More

Thank roddamranganath
Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

We took a tour of the city hall only because it houses the Noble Prize Dinner every year. Great architecture and an interesting tour even discussing the design of the stairway so the ladies in formal ware won't trip(ala Jennifer Lawrence). Definitely worth doing.

Thank scott92
Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

Worth the shirt walk over the bridge, very historic and beautiful building , take the walking tour and get a ticket to climb the tower.....tower tickets sell out so get it first

1  Thank Dominic P
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Kungsholmen
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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oinfante52
17 September 2017|
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Hello, Yes, the City Hall of Stockholm is wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp outside and inside we there is an elevator. Please note that the City Hall Tower is not accessible by wheelchair. Welcome to the City Hall!
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Hiwa K
25 May 2017|
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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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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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