Rising 106 meters into the air the City Hall Tower 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. On the way up to the top, you will also pass the Tower Museum, located in the middle of the Tower.
The City Hall Tower is closed for the season. It is open between May–September (subject to change). Visits are organised every 40 minutes.
Time table for visits during May and September:
Time table for visits during June, July and August:
On August 20 the last entry to the tower is at 14.30
On August 28 the last entry to the tower is at 14.30
A maximum of 30 tickets are sold for each visit, since a maximum number of 30 people are allowed in the Tower at the same time. It is not possible to pre-book a visit to the Tower, and you can only buy tickets on the day of the visit. The ticket office opens at 09.00 and is located at the entrance of the Tower. On days with nice weather, the tickets often sell out, sometimes quite early in the day. When the ticket office opens at 09.00, you can buy tickets to any of the visits during the day.
Since the City Hall is an active political office building, tours can be cancelled and the tower can close on short notice due to events.
Fee: SEK 60
There is no fee for:
* Children 0-11 years. Please note that children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
* School groups with students up to the age of 19.
Credit cards are accepted.
About the tower
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