This tour has 14 stops and take about 30 minutes30 s
The Oak - "the Civic tree"2 min
The entrance used by banqet guests during the Nobel festivities and other events.3 min
The main entance2 min
The Southern portico2 min
The cenotaph of Birger Jarl3 min
The log that gave name to Stockholm2 min
The Engelbrekt column56 s
Ancient Scandinavian mythology1 min
The steps of Mälaren1 min
The Crocus statue - The water hide1 min
The Moon tower2 min
The City Hall baroque garden1 min
The Ignatii door52 s
Ragnar Östbergs meeting with mr Knut Wallenberg3 min
City Hall shop
Visit the inside of one of Sweden's most fascinating and impressive buildings!
This is the official audio guide for vistors to the Stockholm City Hall Garden and Civic Courtyard.
The Stockholm City Hall, build between 1911-23 is one of Sweden’s most famous buildings, and one of the capital's most visited tourist attraction. It houses offices for 200 people including the Municipal Council, and is also famous for its grand ceremonial halls, and unique art pieces. The Stockholm City Hall is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10 December each year.
The architect Ragnar Östberg spent as much time on the exterior and the garden as on the inside of the building. This audio tour will tell you more about the City Halls fasads, garden, sculptures and history.
The City Hall Garden is open daily from 6 am-11 pm.