StadshusetCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Hantverkargatan 1, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +46-850829000
- Ticket Price: 80 SEK
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, View Point, Historical Site, Tower
If you didn’t know why, you’d think that the locals overhype the place. Their love for the bulding is derived from it’s deep ties to the Swedish National Romaticism. It’s also the location for the yearly Nobel Prize festivities. In other words, htye view it as a tangible proof of love for country. Most of it’s 8 million bricks were handcrafted. It’s decorated with a number of statues and paintings which depict Swedish history. The top of the tower offers awesome views of the city and the Gamla Stan, if you can dare to climb it’s 365 steps. No elevators, sorry. The towers is topped with a kronor weathervane, the national emblem of Stockholm. The interior are vast and beautiful, especially the ornately tiled Golden Room.
- The tower and the tower museum is only open during the summer.
- The Stadhuset is only visitable by guided tour, whether public or private. The tours last 45 minutes, and their timings may change day to day. Call ahead to book a private one if you want, or you can take a public tour.
Prices for Guided Tours 2017:
- Adult: 80 SEK
- Senior (over 65 years): 7$
- Students: 7 $
- Children 12-19 years old: 30 SEK
- Children 0-11 years: free
April to October 2017
- Adult: 110 SEK
- Senior (over 65 years): 90 kr
- Students: 90 kr
- Children 12-19 years old: 50 SEK
- Children 0-11 years: free
- There are no specific timings for City Hall.
- You can visit it only through a guided tour.
- Public guided tours are held daily from about 10am to 3pm, depending on the season.
Ticket office timings:
- April-September: 08:30am to 4pm
- October to March 8:30am to 4:30pm
The tower remains open from May to September, remains shut between October to April.
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43.56% of people who visit Stockholm include Stadshuset in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
73.26% of people start their Stadshuset visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Stadshuset
89.08% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Stadshuset
This is the bus stop close to the city hall in Stockholm. Inside the city hall our local politicians meet each other and votes together. This is also where the Nobel price banquet is held. Some people choose to get married here in the large tower. The building is almost a hundred years old and it took fifteen years to build by an architect named Ragnar. About eight million red bricks were used. One room is covered in gilded mosaic. So beautiful! I have heard that the whole house is slowly sinking down in to the water, but if that is true or not I can't really tell. The guides are very good in the city hall. The guards are friendly as well. If the weather is nice and warm I can recommend the small icecream shop just outside the back entrance by the water.
Stockholm stadshus ( the Stockholm city hall). It is the venue of the Nobel prize banquet and it is one or Stockholm major tourest attraction. There is a small park betwen the building and the lake MäLaren shore is adorned with several sculptures ...
Must see if visiting Stockholm as a tourist!
Otroligt vacker byggnad
Die Führung war klar verständlich, in guter Sprache und wirklich gut gemacht. Interessante Geschichte des Stockholmer Rathauses. Die Besichtigung des Turms ist extra zu bezahlen aber sehenswert.