Going to the City Hall via public transportation?
The City Hall (Stadshuset) is situated on the island Kungsholmen in the centre of Stockholm.
Buses nr 3 and 50 stop right in front of the City Hall at Hantverkargatan 1. The bus stop is called Stadshuset.
The closest metro station is Rådhuset (the blue line). It takes about 8 minutes to walk to the City Hall from the Central Station, and 5 minutes from the stop Rådhuset.
The closest visitor’s parking is on Norr Mälarstrand which also has parking for buses. Parking for the disabled is located at Ragnar Östbergs plan 1-5 on the west side of the City Hall.
There is no wheelchair ramp at the main entrance at Hantverkargatan 1, however there is a ramp located at the large staircase in the middle of the Courtyard. Please notify us by phone if you need to use the ramp and we will assist you. During the tours, it is possible to access the different floors via lifts. Baby strollers and prams may be brought into the City Hall.
The possibility to sit during guided tours is limited. Chairs are not available, but we have a wheelchair that may be borrowed upon request.
For both public and private tours, hearing loops are available (for up to 38 people). Please contact us before your visit.
Food and drink
You may not bring food and drinks into the City Hall, but feel free to bring something to eat in the Beautiful City Hall Garden
You can also have lunch or a coffee at Ragnars Skafferi, entrance from the court yard. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 07.30-16.00. For more information, please contact Ragnars Skafferi at: +46 (0)8- 586 218 42.
The lavatories in the City Hall are open to all participating in the guided tours. One of the lavatories is adapted for the disabled and may also be used as a nursery room. During certain hours, lavatories reached from the Courtyard, are open to tour participants and the public.
Storage lockers are not available in the City Hall.
Before the start of the tour you may hang your outerwear in our cloakroom. Please note that the cloakrooms are unattended and you should not leave valuables.
Out of consideration to other visitors and personnel working in the City Hall, please turn off your mobile phones during the guided tour.
City Hall contacts
Phone: +46 8 508 290 58
Postal address: City Hall, (reference), SE-105 35 Stockholm