The Stockholm City Hall is one of Sweden’s most famous buildings, and one of the capital's most visited tourist attractions. It is famous for its grand ceremonial halls and unique art pieces and is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10th of December each year. It also houses offices for 200 people including the Municipal Council.
The City Hall of Stockholm can only be visited with a guided tour. There are two options, either by a public tour or a private tour. Groups consisting of more than 10 people must book a private tour. Indivdual visitors can join a public tour or book a private one if they wish.
The City Hall Shop offers a wide selection of specially-designed souvenirs and gifts relating to the City Hall and Stockholm. Many of the souvenirs are made of materials represented in the building's interior.
The City Hall Tower is open from May to September. Rising 106 meters into the air, it offers a breathtaking view of Stockholm. An exciting walk up staircases and narrow passages is well worth the effort. There is a lift that can take you half-way. You can also visit the Tower Museum, located in the middle of the Tower.
The City of Stockholm offers companies and organizations the opportunity to rent the Blue Hall and the Golden Hall for special occasions. These historically unique and beautifully appointed banquet halls make magnificent venue for all kinds of festivities.