City Hall (Rådhuset): Municipal Building Of The City Of Oslo (2020)
The Oslo City Hall (Radhuset) is about 2.5 km from Oslo city center. Tourists can visit the city hall in Oslo and request a guide, as well as pay the fee for a tour of the city hall.
City Hall (Radhuset) is a municipal building of the city of Oslo. The administration of the city of Oslo is conducted from the building by the city council, the city’s administration, and various other municipal employed staff.
The city hall building of Oslo was constructed in 1931. The presence of two towers of City hall helps to recognize the building from the distance. Once a year in December the building is used for noble peace price ceremonies. The walk through the building and seeing some of the exhibits may take 1 to 2 hours. The present building of the city hall was opened in May 1950.