Hantverkargatan 1 , 111 52 Stockholm
Stockholm City Hall is located at Hantverkargatan 1 on Kungsholmen in central Stockholm. It took 15 years to complete the construction work and opened in midsummer evening June 23, 1923. The City Hall exterior and interior also carries influences of including Italian architecture, Nordic, Gothic and Islamic art. Stockholm City Hall is the seat of the Municipality of Stockholm governance and leadership; it is here Stockholm city council meets and Mayors working.
Stockholm City Hall has become known among other things, its use as a setting for the annual Nobel festivities, held on 10 December each year. It counts as one of the country foremost examples of the national romantic style. With its 106 meter high tower is also a famous landmark in Stockholm and was in 2012 still number four among Stockholms tallest buildings. The City Hall building contains best-known theaters include the Blue Hall, Golden Hall and the Prince gallery. For the artistic decoration engaged a wide range of artists and designers, among them the brothers Aaron and Gustaf Sandberg, Carl Eldh, Christian Eriksson, Prince Eugen, Axel Törneman, Einar Forseth and Carl Malmsten.
Public tours are usually avaible on 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 pm daily; guided tours can also be fixed on arrival or by call.
Tickets can be bought on the entrance.
Adults 70 SEK November-March 100 SEK April-October
Seniors over 6560 SEK November-March 80 SEK April-October
Youth 12-1920 SEK November-March 40 SEK April-October
Youth under 12Free Open 10:00-23:00Daily
Address: Hantverkargatan 1 Stockholm Website
How to be there?
Bus: Take Bus no 3 or Bus no 62 from the City to City Hall.
Walk: It takes few minutes walk from Radhuset or T-Centralen subway stations to reach Stockholm City Hall.