Stockholm City Hall was built from 1911 to 1923 by the Swedish architect Ragnar Östberg. This is one of the most famous buildings in Sweden, built in the national romanticism style. The city hall was built to serve as a workplace for Stockholm politicians and municipal officials. The building also has rooms for celebration events and official receptions. The famous Nobel banquet is held annually in the Blue Hall on December 10th. The walls of the Oval Room are covered with tapestries made at the end of the 17th century in France. The Prince's Gallery overlooks Lake Mälaren and the embankments of Stockholm. The windows overlooking the water surface are decorated with reliefs depicting the heroes of Old Norse and traditional myths. The walls of the Golden Hall are decorated with over 18 million pieces of mosaics that illustrate the history of Sweden. The Golden Hall is the venue for the ball after the Nobel Banquet.
• Town Hall - 1 hr.
• walking tour of the Old Town + Town Hall - 3 hr.
• Royal Palace + Town Hall - 3 hr.
• city tour + Town Hall - 4-5 hr.