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Stadshuset (City Hall)

  • Hantverkarg. 1 Map It
  • Kungsholmen
  • Government Building
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 04/05/2016

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The architect Ragnar Östberg, one of the founders of the National Romantic movement, completed Stockholm's City Hall in 1923. The headquarters of the city council, the building is functional but ornate: its immense Blå Hallen (Blue Hall) is the venue for the annual Nobel Prize dinner, Stockholm's most prestigious event. Also notable is the Golden Hall, known for its mosaics depicting people and scenes from Swedish history. Admission is by guided tour only. You can also take a trip to the top of the 348-foot tower, most of which can be achieved by elevator, to enjoy a breathtaking panorama of the city and Riddarfjärden, and you don't have to take the guided tour to do that; however, tickets for the tower are timed and often go fast, so stop by early to guarantee a spot.

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Hantverkarg. 1, Stockholm, 112 21, Sweden

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Sight Details:

  • SKr 100 (Apr.–Oct.), SKr 70 (Nov.–Mar.); tower SKr 50
  • Tours in English, Sept.–May, daily 10–3 (on the hr); June–Aug., 9:30–4 (every 30 min). Tower June–Aug., daily 9:15–5:15; May and Sept., daily 9:15–3:55

Published 04/05/2016


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