These things changed the world

New exhibition
Opening hours

Monday: closed
Tuesday-Thursday: 11-17
Friday: 11-21
Saturday-Sunday: 10-18


Adults: 140 SEK
Students: 100 SEK
Seniors: 100 SEK
18 years and younger: free
Members: free

Find us

Old Town, Stockholm
Metro: Gamla Stan

Visit the museum

Plan your visit

Here you find our opening hours, admission fees, location and info about our audioguide.


Lunch, Friday nights, the Nobel ice cream, the Nobel Prize laureates guest book... Read more about our bistro here!


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.

Guided tours

We have daily public guided tours, private tours and special tours. Read more about our different tours here!

More to explore

Friday nights

Start the weekend at the Nobel Prize Museum! We are open until 21:00 every Friday. Socialize with friends, gather new impressions and enjoy our inspiring events that offer experiences for all the senses.

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Children and Families

The Nobel Prize Museum is a place for the whole family. Dig around in the Bubble Chamber, experiment in our workshop room or go our clever quiz.

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Private events

Welcome to the Nobel Prize Laureates' very own museum. Combine inspiring activities with food from Bistro Nobel for an unforgettable event.

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Nobel Prize Teacher Summit

At the Nobel Prize Teacher Summit teachers from all over the world meet Nobel Prize Laureates, top scientists and peace activists around a theme of great importance in education.

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  • The Nobel Prize Museum aims to inspire, awaken curiosity and help bring about exciting encounters between culture and science.

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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.

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