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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Highly recommend visiting Stockholm's City Hall and taking the tour.

The tour guides are fabulous. Really informative and have so much enthusiasm.

Many highlights, but especially seeing the Gold Room which was where the Swedish band Roxette filmed the music video - Fading like a Flower.

Watch the music video before your visit and look out for other film locations including the City Hall's Tower.

Worth noting that you can only take a tour of the Tower climbing to the top between May and September.

A highly recommended visit to soak up Swedish history and culture.

Thank Nightwire
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I entered the city hall on a special organized night tour. This is a building with traditions and a symbol of Stockholm. I strongly recommend visiting it. 2-3 hours are enough for the tour and to enjoy the nice garden.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

City Hall is a rather drab red brick building from the outside. Once you go inside this changes once you go inside, it's stunning. The Golden Hall is awesome. Good views of Gamla Stan from the lawn.

Thank CJ61
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very interesting architecture and history. Definitely recommend the guided tour which includes the gold ballroom, blue hall and main cabinet room. Also recommend the tower if your ok climbing 365 steps - wonderful views at the top.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Stockholm City Hall, or Stadshuset, as the swedes say, is a must when visiting Stockholm.
Beautifully located at the lake Mälaren and yet in the very center of Stockholm. Wallk around and enjoy the the wonderful view and step inside to admire the the Blue room and the Golden room where the Nobel Banquet is hosted by the King and Queen of Sweden every year in the month of November. The name of the arcitect is Ragnar Östberg.

Thank Peter b
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This building is huge and dominates central Stockholm, but it is not all that old, (less than a hundred years). Its main reason to be world famous? The annual Nobel dinner that is held here, in its main hall, where the current year's winners are wined and dined by Sweden's elite. There are conducted tours, in various languages. You have to join one of these tours, you cannot simply wander through the place. Remember this is a functioning office, so the number of rooms you can see is limited to the main ceremonial rooms and the city council chambers. Apart from a few impressive rooms (the hall where the Nobel dinner is held, the Golden Room where the Nobel ball is held, and the council meeting room, there is really nothing much to see. I could not see the tower, as I went in October, I heard you get fantastic views of the city from its top. Perhaps if you can add the tower, this attraction might merit a "very good". But, sans tower, I would rate it just "average". Also, it is NOT included in the Stockholm Pass. You have to pay to enter. Give it a miss if you are pressed for time. And if you have little kids in a stroller, some of the spaces would be difficult to negotiate. Also, kids of all ages would be bored stiff with this building. There is nothing to excite them.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The most known city symbol of Stockholm. Beautiful and huge building. There is possibility to see the city from the top of it.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stockholm CIty Hall is an impressive building located on the waterfront. You can see it from Riddarhomen Island.

Thank hulagirlSurrey
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is just a building, I really do not recommend. The building pretend to be old, but it is not that old. There is not much to see...

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are curious how the authentic Nobel menu taste, there are only 2 ways of finding out: either you taste it yourself during a Nobel dinner on 10 December or you can pre-order one in the restaurant Stadshuskallaren in the City Hall`s building

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