Visit Stockholm City Hall

The City Hall is a political office building where many activities are conducted, and because of this, it's only possible to visit with a guided tour.

Based on the recommendations by the Public Health Agency of Sweden we have taken a number of measures to ensure the safety of our visitors and our staff. We limit the number of groups and visitors that can visit our halls at the same time, and we adapt the tours to focus on the larger halls in the City Hall to avoid crowding.

Public tours

Discrepansies from the tour schedule may occur, sometimes on short notice. The tours are available MondaySunday. You can purchase tickets for the public tours in our ticket office  on the day of the tour. Ticket sales open at 9.30 a.m. The tour lasts around 45 minutes. The tour schedule below does not apply if there are changes in the opening hours on the current day. Please check the list of changes in opening hours before your visit.

Public tours in English

Daily at:
10.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00

Changes in opening hours

All halls in the City Hall are not always part of the tour. On Saturdays, for example, some of our halls are closed and only the Blue Hall and the Golden Hall will be included in the tour. This is due to the civil wedding ceremonies held in the City Hall. Closed halls or other limiations to the tour, as well as on-going preparations for events, can also occur on other days. The tour always lasts around 45 minutes, regardless of what halls are open that day.

Some days, the tours of the City Hall close early.

List of dates with early closing hours in January

  • Friday, January 28th the last tour of the day is at 13.00.

Tickets and fees

You can purchase tickets for the public tours on-site at the City Hall ticket counter on the day of the tour. We do not offer advance reservations. The price of the ticket includes admission and the guided tour.

Adults: 130 SEK
Students and seniors: 110 SEK
Youths, 7–19 years old: 50 SEK
Children, 0–6 years old: Free

Private tours

In addition to our public tours, we also offer private tours conducted by in-house guides. Read more about booking a private tour here:

Book a private tour

Lost and found

All lost items that are turned in are brought to our main reception desk:

Street address: Ragnar Östbergs plan 1
Telephone: 08-508 29 025
E-mail: receptionen.slk@stockholm.se

Our guidelines and routines for a safe visit

We make sure that a visit at the City Hall is comfortable and safe. To avoid crowding, we kindly ask our visitors to keep the recommended distance both entering, exiting and during the tour. The tour has been adapted to focus on the larger halls in the City Hall. We also kindly ask everyone, in case of symptoms, to refrain from visiting.