Nobel Museum Tourist Attraction

Nobel Museum

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In the Nobel Museum, you will learn more about the Nobel prize and its founder, as well as about the Nobel laureates and their creative ventures. The Museum was opened in 2001 and is located in one of the most beautiful buildings of Stockholm, which belongs to the 18th century.

The Nobel Museum of Stockholm will be especially interesting to those ones, who are interested in science. In the Museum, you can trace the changes of the 20th century in the works and ideas of Nobel prize winners. "Culture of creativity" is the name of a fascinating exhibition designed to celebrate the anniversary of the Nobel prize. The exhibition displays the conditions and environment, in which the world's most important discoveries were made by 800 scientists. Look at the dynamite and mold that changed the world! During the whole year, the Nobel Museum offers a rich program of lectures and events.

Don't miss the creative shop. The spirit of imagination and creativity is present in this shop.

Along with a large selection of books and catalogues, you can buy chocolate Nobel medals and other Souvenirs with symbols of the award in this shop. In the Museum, you can take a break and taste the Nobel ice cream in the cafe. It has the same taste and is made by the same recipe as the ice cream, which was served for dessert at the Nobel Banquet.

Open hours

11:00–17:00

Contacts

Address:
Stortorget 2, 103 16 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: (+46) 8 534 818 00
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.nobelmuseum.se/
Coordinates:
59° 19′ 28.7″ N, 18° 4′ 17.13″ E

Ticket price

Regular price: SEK 100
Reduced price: SEK 70
Children price: Free (0 - 18 years)

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