Monolithic National Romantic building Stockholm City Hall - City or town hall in Stockholm, Sweden



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Address

Hantverkargatan 1, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

Website

https://www.stadshuset.stockholm

Contact

+46 8 508 290 00

Rating on Google Maps

4.70 (2433 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Saturday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Sunday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Monday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Thursday: 8:30am to 4:30pm

Amenities

  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance

Reviews

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  • 5Chris V. 1 year ago
    Really impressive building with a great view! I didn't get the change to go inside, as it was closed when I arrived. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area!

  • 5Stefan M. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Stockholm's most beautiful building? Christmas morning 2020 (Original) Stockholms vackraste byggnad? Juldagens morgon 2020

  • 5Christer O. 1 year ago
    Great!

  • 5Najeh I. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) A place for the most prominent landmarks Stockholm and Sweden .............. A place of the most prominent landmarks Stockholm and Sweden (Original) En plats för de mest framstående landmärken Stockholm och Sverige .............. A place of the most prominent landmarks Stockholm and Sweden

  • 5Casper L. 1 year ago
    Beauty!

  • 5Eva L. 1 year ago
    The most amazing, magical place in Stockholm.

  • 5Salk P. 1 year ago
    It is huge and great, you must visit it

  • 5Alex L. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Is the Nobel Prize awarded here? (Original) Здесь вручают нобелевскую премию?

  • 5Richard . 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) A good and beautiful initiative (Original) Ett bra och vackert initiativ

  • 5Pia W. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Fantastic light play! (Original) Fantastiskt ljusspel!

  • 5Muhammad H. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Most wonderful historic place. (Original) Mest underbara historiska plats.

  • 5Bobby S. 1 year ago
    Spontaneous visit with a five-star experience. The city hall doesn't raise any eyebrows from far but close upfront and seeing it from the inside brings it to a whole different dimension. The architecture is impressive and the building has lots of symbolism. I certainly recommend coming here while visiting Stockholm. There are hourly guided tours in Swedish and English and you can get married here if you want. 😉

  • 5tiger t. 1 year ago
    Personally, I think the City Hall is the most beautiful place in Stockholm, indoors and outdoors. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, its top floor was closed and I wasn't able to get up there, but I think I'll be back.

  • 5Rahul Lal R. 1 year ago
    Inside the city mall too much valuable things and excellent painting and architecture design it was one of the best experience in my life in my opinion we can’t explain things in words you should go and see

  • 5Izzy you k. 1 year ago
    Amazing building with great history. You feel so small when you wander in these halls

  • 5Daria S. 1 year ago
    An absolutely grandiose building steeped in antiquity, despite the fact that it is only 100 years old. The spirit of Stockholm hovers here. Worth to visit

  • 5Dang Tran C. 1 year ago
    This is a wonderful place. I will to travel here next time. See you soon

  • 5Alex M. 8 months ago
    A very beautiful building. From the outside but even more from the inside. The Tour is really interesting and delivers great details in an exciting way. The Tour guide was very nice, knew everything there is to know and made it a great time. A must see!

  • 5Monisha r. 7 months ago
    City hall is one of the most notable building for its architecture in Stockholm.There is a river Infront of the city hall.The view is very beautiful.So many photographers used to visit here and spend time often.You can enter the courtyard for free and you can spend as much time you want.For guided tours separate charges have to be paid.They will conduct a tour inside the building for 45 minutes.Students and researchers were also used to visit here often.

  • 5Francesco X. 8 months ago
    Stockholm City Hall was built between 1911 and 1923 in National Romantic style by swedish architect Ragnar Östberg. It is possible to visit the building with a guided tour that costs 130 SEK and lasts about 45 minutes. The two highlights of the building are the Blue Hall, in which the Nobel Prize banquet takes place every year on the 10th of December, and the wonderful Golden Hall, covered in majestic mosaics.

  • 5Collins S. 11 months ago
    Beautiful waterfront city Hall of Stockholm. Great views and free entry into the courtyard. Guided tours available. There is also a coffee shop located inside the grounds.

  • 5Bryce H. 8 months ago
    I personally think its one of the better tours worth paying extra for in Stockholm. Wonderful architecture, great information about the nobel prize where the afterparty is held, and just the overall history of Stockholm. The guides are great and very knowledgeable.

  • 5S. 7 months ago
    Guided tour and entrance ticket cost 130 sek, the guide’s explanation was very clear and concise, I had much more understanding of the building’s history and the mind of the architect.

  • 5Coralis B. 1 year ago
    We had a tour in English of the city hall and learned a lot and enjoyed it more than we anticipated. There was a lot we didn’t know about the use of city hall and the art on the walls and the way the building was built contains lots of history and interesting influences. We were also freely allowed to ask questions which was nice. Friendly staff! Tickets are first come first serve each so might be a good idea to come early and book a tour later in the day so you don’t come and they’re all fully booked.

  • 5Morgan A. 6 months ago
    Absolutely gorgeous! Beautiful views of Gamla Stan and just so relaxing to sit on a warm sunny day. I have never toured the inside but walking the grounds is worth it.

  • 5Mohammad A. 6 months ago
    Very beautiful landmark in Stockholm. The golden hall is a must see place once you are inside. They only offer guided tours since they are a government building. Ticket costs 130 SEK. You can not go alone. You must follow the guided tour and it was boring for me.

  • 5Tom M. 6 months ago
    A landmark in the water An impressive building standing in the middle of stockholm. Did not go inside but nice for taking photos and strolling around while in the city. We could see it from our hotel room window impressive and majestic

  • 5c. 4 months ago
    This place was magical. I love the northern culture and so for, I was stunned by it. Breathtaking piece of architecture with a free access for students, extremely nice and profesional guides and a piece of Stockholm in it.

  • 5Carlos B. 4 months ago
    Absolutely Amazing! Well worth the visit. You can only visit as part of a guided tour (every 30 minutes) but that only enhances the experience as you won’t be trampled on by other visitors so you have plenty of time and space for that special photo.

  • 5E T. 2 months ago
    This was a really interesting experience - I definitely recommend having a guided tour! It's where the Nobel banquet is held and you get to hear quite a lot of interesting things about these as well as see some amazing architecture. At the restaurant, you can even choose to have a Nobel banquet from any year you like - as long as you book! The stairs are carefully designed so that you can keep your head up when processing in and not have to look at your feet, at least that's what the tour guide said! Great experience

  • 5S. 3 months ago
    Gorgeous government building. You can visit it’s rooms (only with a guide, for 45 mins) and the tower (for 35 mins). Interesting guide story. Outstanding rooms. Breathtaking tower view. Thanks, it was awesome

  • 5PingTing E. 1 month ago
    The Stockholm City Hall is really worth a visit with the guided tour. The building designs a really beautiful and exceptionally beautiful with the fall foliage on the exterior of the buildings. Our English tour guide, Chris, was very informative and gave a really detailed and interesting tour of the building and the various function rooms in the building. We really enjoyed our visit.

  • 5Андрей . 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) A very beautiful place in Stockholm. I recommend to visit. (Original) Очень красивое место в Стокгольме. Рекомендую к посещению.

  • 5Anders H. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) An iconic town hall. Beautiful both interior and exterior. Dignified and stylish. Nice staff and a nice park with nice statues. The situation is difficult to beat. (Original) Ett ikonisk stadshus. Vackert både interiört och exteriört. Värdigt och stilfullt. Trevlig personal och en tjusig park med fina statyer. Läget är svårslaget.

  • 5Shivesh K. 2 years ago
    I went there when I had some time in the morning. It is a quiet place to take a stroll. I did not go inside the building as I did not have much time, but the experience of just admiring the building was amzing. The bell tower also stands out as an amazing work of architecture. A peaceful place. Definitely recommended for a visit.

  • 5Jacki S. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) A very atmospheric place. (Original) En mycket stämningsfull plats.

  • 5Shahzeb C. 1 year ago
    The identity of Stockholm, must visit place.

  • 5Carolina L. 1 year ago
    Beautiful view, very peaceful

  • 5Kent . 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) A fantastic building, uniquely beautiful with details that surprise every time. (Original) En fantastisk byggnad, enastående vacker med detaljer som överraskar varje gång.

  • 5Михаил . 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Great views and the opportunity to see the Nobel Prize rooms (Original) Прекрасные виды и возможность увидеть залы, где вручается Нобелевская премия

  • 5diego v. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Got the vaccine. (Original) Fick vaccinet.

  • 5Lana K. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Very picturesque! It looks even more picturesque in December, thanks to the Nobel week!) (Original) Очень живописно! В декабре выглядит ещё живописннее, благодаря нобелевской неделе!)

  • 5Litta S. 1 year ago
    Beautiful building with so many beautiful memories. People get married here every Saturday!

  • 5Per N. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Unfortunately toilet inside the guard (protected object). (Original) Tyvärr toalett innanför vakten (skyddsobjekt).

  • 5- godie -. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Stockholm is a very charming city, and the area around the city hall is really beautiful. Preferably visit this area in summer, it is more enjoyable. (Original) Estocolmo es una ciudad con mucho encanto, y la zona que rodea al ayuntamiento es realmente hermosa. Preferiblemente visitad esta zona en verano, se disfruta más.

  • 5Rutger R. 1 year ago
    This is a must see place 🙌

  • 5Michael Y. 1 year ago
    Superb views of the water and Södermalm and on certain days you can go up to the tower to see a bird's eye view of Stockholm

  • 5R. 1 year ago
    Good place to walk around

  • 5Izaddin H. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Nice picture (Original) Fin bild

  • 5Jan O. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Nice worse, it must be visited by everyone once anyway..👍😷🇸🇪 (Original) Trevligt värre, det måste besökas av alla en gång iaf..👍😷🇸🇪

  • 5Passakorn S. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) It is a place to award Nobel prizes, but I didn't go inside because there is no tour program, so I can only look at the opposite side. (Original) เป็นสถานที่มอบรางวัลโนเบลแต่ผมไม่ได้เจ้าไปชมด้านในเพราะในโปรแกรมทัวร์ไม่มีแว่ะชมจุดนี้จึงได้แต่มองอยู่ฝั่งตรงข้ามครับ

  • 5Shankar R. 3 years ago
    Grand building used to host the Nobel banquet among other major events. You have to do a guided tour - there is no self guided option - check the website for timings because they vary by season. There is also a tower you can tour by yourself. However, you need a separate ticket for a visit at a specific time. Tip - arrive about 15-20 minutes before your City hall guided tour is scheduled to start, purchase a ticket for your guided tour of city hall first and head over to the tower and purchase a ticket for the tower tour before you start the guided tour. This will ensure you are able to visit the tower right after the guided tour ends. The blue hall (actually mostly brick red) is really huge and elegant. The gold hall steals the show - it is really unique and beautifully done. The council chamber is also nice. The gardens are small but nice and the courtyard is also pretty. The tower offers sweeping views of Stockholm and its surrounding waters. Note that touring the tower does involve climbing a lot of stairs as well as walking up slopes (there is an elevator but it only goes up halfway). Anyone with a health condition that prevents them from participating in strenuous activity should avoid the tower. Allow about 2 hours for a visit.

  • 5R C. 2 years ago
    Beautiful building to see! You can only see the insides on guided tours that last 45 minutes long. Sadly we were not able to make the tour but even just coming to see the building from the outside and courtyard was worth it. Especially the view!

  • 5Ирина . 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Very interesting. (Original) Очень интересно.

  • 5Мария . 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Very beautiful building, park and embankment. I recommend everyone to visit here! (Original) Очень красивое здание, парк и набережная. всем рекомендую здесь побывать!

  • 5Amber W. 1 year ago
    I wasn't planning on taking a tour of city hall, but I'm sure glad I did! Loved all the information and gorgeous views of the city. I also really enjoyed learning about the role city hall plays in the Noble Peace Prize ceremony. Highly reccomend visiting and taking the tour.

  • 4Kurt V. 1 year ago
    Impressive and beautiful building. All restoration works ended the very morning of our visit so the blue hall can be admired again in its full glory.

  • 4Amin D. 3 years ago
    A nice spot with lots of brides coming to take their wedding photos, which in my opinion contributes to the beauty of the place. Booking in advance is advised for visiting the tower, since there is one visit around every 35 minutes and the number of places are limited; so it can be sold out. On top of the tower you see a nice view, and there are 350 steps to go up. There is also an elevator with limited capacity which goes up half way. But there are safety bars that limit the visibility.

  • 4Daniel D. R. 2 years ago
    Town hall of Stockholm, you can only visit via a guided tour. Impressive interior with various architectural and design influences. This is where the Nobel price banquet takes place. You cannot go on top of the tower during Covid. Friendly, welcoming staff and knowledgable tour guide.

  • 4Matthew T. 1 year ago
    Great views of the water here. Peaceful too. Outside of the building is nice, but I’m not much impressed with the artwork on the inside. The building is less than 100 years old so don’t expect Renaissance caliber paintings on the inside. But taking the tour is still worth it to learn about its history. The story of the “Blue Room” is quite funny, where the Nobel prize banquet is held.

  • 4Taka S. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) It is a place where Nobel laureates gather and have a dinner party. It is a symbolic presence in Stockholm. (Original) ノーベル賞受賞者が集まって晩餐会を行う場所です。ストックホルムのシンボリックな存在です。

  • 4Rajesh M. 1 year ago
    Great architecture. But not open to general public.

  • 4Tracy L. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) I've taken too many photos and I'm not sure if this is the city hall, but the old city area looks alike, quiet and beautiful. (Original) 拍太多照片了也不確定這邊是不是市政廳,但老城地區都長得很像,寧靜又美。

  • 4Yazan A. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) It is nice and beautiful area (Original) Det är fint och vacker området

  • 4Romina B. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) It was really nice there. The golden accents and architecture, really great. (Original) Es war echt schön dort. Die goldenen Akzente und Architektur, echt toll.

  • 3Suna D. 1 year ago
    It is a guided tour. You get to learn about where people receive Nobel prize, how the ceremony takes place or the building's history. It is a nice place to visit if you have time, however I wouldn't recommend it as a "must see" location, especially if you have only few days to spend in Stockholm.

  • 3Johan P. 2 years ago
    The visit was for a wedding and as this a short visit. Mainly waiting and standing around. Pretty nice facilities and staff. Would like to see more of the insider bit for some reason it is off limits to the general public. Open up so se see what se spend millions yearly to keep in good shape with our taxes.

  • 3Nils S. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) Thought it was a town in a house, a bit like the books Narnia, think the name was somewhat misleading. (Original) Trodde det var en stad i ett hus, lite som böckerna Narnia, tycker namnet var något missvisande.

  • 1q. 1 year ago
    (Translated by Google) not cool (Original) inte coolt



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