In the morning of 11 November, 1918, the weapons were silenced and World War I was over. US President Woodrow Wilson traveled to Versailles to ensure that the peace talks guaranteed that there would never be another war – and he was subsequently awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his vision of a League of Nations. But the vision failed, and World War I had an even bloodier sequel. Hear historian Dick Harrison talk about “the war to end all wars” and why the war did not. The conversation is led by the Nobel Prize Museum’s Gustav Källstrand and is recorded for the podcast Ideas that change the world.

The conversation is in Swedish and starts at 18:00. Before and after, you are welcome to visit the museum’s exhibitions and Bistro Nobel, which serves tasty dishes from a special Friday menu and drinks.

Nights at the Nobel Prize Museum / Membership

You are invited to share experiences beyond the ordinary when the Nobel Prize Museum stays open late every Friday evening with events that will appeal to all the senses. They will include literary conversations, music, concerts, science talks, tastings and workshops. Read more about our Friday nights in the programme calendar here.

As a member of the Nobel Prize Museum, you have a discounted price on some tickets and can enjoy free admission to many other activities for one year.
Read more about membership here.

Welcome to a stimulating Friday evening at the Nobel Prize Museum.

To purchase tickets, see below. Purchased tickets are non-refundable.
Members: free (use code from member letter)
Standard ticket: 130 SEK
Students/seniors: 90 SEK
Nobel Prize Museum membership with ticket included: 395 SEK
Nobel Prize Museum membership students/seniors with ticket included: 295 SEK


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