The Stockholm City Hall is a government building and home of the Municipal Council of the city of Stockholm, Sweden. The building was opened in 1923 and is a red brick building that contains offices, conference rooms, ceremonial halls and a luxury restaurant. The city hall is one of the most famous sights in Stockholm with fine art on display in its grand ceremonial halls. It is the venue for the Nobel Prize banquet.
City Hall is within a five-minute walk from the major transport terminal of the city of Stockholm ‘Centralstation’. This has a bus, train and tram stop which is accessed by all those modes of transport from all parts of the city.
Opening Times and Admission
You can visit City Hall on the organised tours which take place hourly throughout the year. More tours are scheduled in the summer months than in the winter months. Adult admission to the tours varies depending on the season with prices set at 110SEK in the summer and 90SEK in the winter. The tour takes you around the city hall and gives you history and insight into what happens in the building. You can also access the tower for a separate fee.