Due to the situation surrounding the new corona virus (Covid-19) we keep the museum closed until further notice.
Our current exhibition is about Nobel Prize-awarded achievements that have been crucial to our world and our future.
5 October–15 November 2020
What will our children’s and our grandchildren’s planet look like? In the next Performance Lecture Johan Rockström, Professor of Earth System Science, will address questions of importance to our future.
Royal Dramatic Theatre, Main Stage
In December Nobel Prize Museum is opening a new exhibition about the Nobel Banquet and the important role that shared meals play. How do you celebrate the Nobel Day and what do you talk about on 10 December?
Through their lives and work, failures, and successes – get to know the individuals who have been awarded the Prize in Economic Sciences.
The Nobel Prize shows that ideas can change the world. The courage, creativity and persistence of the Nobel Laureates inspires us and gives us hope for the future. Based on the Nobel Prize’s unique combination of fields – natural sciences, literature and peace – we would like to invite you to exhibitions, school programmes, lectures and dialogues about the great issues of our time. We are a small museum with vast content. With the help of videos, donated artifacts and in-depth guided tours you meet freedom fighters, writers and scientists who all contributed to the greatest benefit to humankind.Show more
Food & Beverages
Welcome to Bistro Nobel, Nobel Prize Museum's own restaurant. With high quality seasonal raw materials and dedicated staff, one of Stockholm's best lunches is served.
The museum shop offers an extensive yet selective range of literature, gifts and souvenirs which connects to current exhibitions, the Nobel Prize and Alfred Nobel.
The Nobel Prize
On the official website for the Nobel Prize you find information about all the laureates since 1901, the Nobel Prize awarding institutions and the nomination process, and also the international public events of the Nobel Prize.