- Daily 09.00–20.00
Last admission 15 minutes before the museum is closing.
18 June we close the museum at 17.00.
Midsummer’s Eve (21 June): Closed.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday–Thursday: 11.00–17.00
- Friday: 11.00–20.00
- Saturday–Sunday: 10.00–18.00
During Nobel Calling 7–14 October it’s free admission from 12.00.
On Friday 20 December we close at 17.00.
Children (up to 18 yrs)
Senior citizens (+65 yrs)
Groups (at least 15 persons)
100 SEK per person
Free admission/generally reduced price
- September–May: Fridays 17.00–20.00
- School groups: special terms
- Stockholm Pass, Stockholm Key of Honour, ICOM, AAM, SMI, authorised tour guides, WFTGA
- During the period of constructing our new exhibition, Greatest Benefit to Humankind, which opens on 5 October, our general admission is 60 SEK. This is applicable from 17 September– 4 October
Come take part of a thought provoking guided tour at Nobel Prize Museum!
The daily regular tours are approximately 35 minutes long and focus on our permanent exhibition. All tours are included in the entrance fee.
You get to hear the story of Alfred Nobel and the Nobel Prize and get acquainted with a few of the more than 900 Nobel Laureates that have been awarded the prize since 1901.
We also have a daily tour about Martin Luther King Jr (MLK) at 16.15.
- 10.15 / 11.15 / 12.15 / 13.15 / 15.15 / 16.15* (*A Right to Freedom) / 17.15
Exceptions may occur. Groups of more than 15 people are recommended to book a private tour.
Audio Guide: Experience Nobel Prize Museum
Find the free audio guide at audio.nobelcenter.se (use your own phone)
Eleven languages available: Svenska, English, Español, Deutsch, Italiano
The staff of the museum talk about Alfred Nobel, the history of the Nobel Prize, which institutions select the Nobel laureates, which laureates that have donated objects to our gallery and much more.
Nobel Prize Museum
Börshuset, Stortorget 2, Old Town, Stockholm
Metro: Gamla Stan
Buss: 53, 55, 57, 59, 3, 2, 76. Stop Slottsbacken eller Riddarhustorget