Stadshuset Hantverkargatan 1 C T-Centralen Stockholm Definitely worth a visit is Stadshuset, otherwise known as Stockholm City Hall which was designed by the by the Swedish architect Ranger Östberg and built between 1911 and 1923. The building is renowned for its red bricked Blue Hall and being the venue for the famous Nobel Prizes. The Blue Hall is one of the main features in Stadshuset as this is where the Nobel Prize Banquet is held and it hosts the largest organ in Scandinavia and Europe. Other popular attractions within the building are the Council Chamber which has a gallery for more than 200 people, the Oval which is the entrance to the reception, and the Golden Hall which is the banquet room decorated with 68 million mosaics. To end your visit you can climb the city hall tower which is 106m high and boasts beautiful views over the city centre. Stockholm guide | Historical buildings in Stockholm Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.