Welcome to spend time with friends, learn something new and enjoy dishes from our Friday menu when we present a quiz night with the theme of food and drink in Bistro Nobel.
What is the strangest food served at the Nobel Prize banquet, why did a chemist put radioactive substances in his lunch and was Albert Einstein a vegetarian? Learn this and much more during our quiz night, which is full of music and led by quiz master Peter Järver.
The ticket price includes a beer or a glass of bubbly, as well as entrance to the museum’s exhibitions, which are open until 21:00. During the evening, Bistro Nobel serves its Friday menu with carefully selected small dishes with matching wines, beer, cocktails, or non-alcoholic options.
Buy your tickets here. Purchased tickets are non-refundable.
To buy a member ticket a valid membership is required. Please show your membership card in the entrance.
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