Stockholm City Hall is one of Sweden’s most iconic buildings, and one of the capital's most visited tourist attractions.
The City Hall is famous for its grand ceremonial halls and unique pieces of art, and is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10 December every year. It also houses offices for 200 people including the City Council.
Stockholm City Hall closed on further notice
Guided tours of Stockholm City Hall are cancelled from Monday March 16 until further notice, this due to the corona virus. This applies to all tours – public tours, pre-booked private tours and tours conducted by local guides. We regurlarly update this website and our Facebook page.
Visit the surroundings with our audioguide
It is possible to visit the outside of the City Hall together with our audioguide. It takes 30 minutes and can be downloaded via the app ”Guidigo”:
Stockholm City Hall Exterior and Garden tour
Weddings in the City Hall
Wedding ceremonies will be conducted as planned. For further questions regarding weddings, contact the Event Unit:
Phone: +46 8 508 29 330
We follow the commendations of the Public Health Authority and the City of Stockholm’s directive on the corona virus and its spread.