Nobel Prize & prizewinners' museum Nobel Prize Museum - Museum in Stockholm, Sweden

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Stortorget 2, 103 16 Stockholm, Sweden



+46 8 534 818 00

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4.20 (3980 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Sunday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: 11AM to 5PM
  • Friday: 11AM to 9PM
  • Saturday: 11AM to 5PM


  • Amenities
    • Toilets
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Restaurant
    • Good for kids
  • Highlights
    • Live performances
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance


Frequently mentioned in reviews: winners (6) museum (7) Nobel (8)

  • 5Ted M. 6 months ago
    The museum highlights award categories of Physics, Peace, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, Chemistry, and Economic Science. The displays are fantastic. It's a must see place.

  • 5Nina A. 11 months ago
    Today it opened again! It was closed for a year. I am so happy it Open Again! Place to be inspired by the Science. You can see original letters from Einstein and belongings of many Nobel laureates. We can see the path of so many inovations!

  • 5Chris V. 9 months ago
    An excellent exhibition! Totally worth to pay a visit. You can find information for every Nobel prize winner, as well as interesting information about the ceremony.

  • 5Darshan M. 7 months ago
    Incredible knowledge source of the Noble Laureates and their inventions. Nicely presented artifacts. Very courteous staff and would suggest to go for the small 20 mins guided tour. Children are given a very intuitive activity which they will enjoy

  • 5Keith J H. 7 months ago
    They are only allowing 110 people in the museum at a time. We waited 1 hr to get in. So if you are going get there early. Very interesting.

  • 5Francesco X. 4 months ago
    The building overlooks the main square of Gamla Stan district. The Museum covers different aspects regarding the Nobel Prize: the highlights of Alfred Nobel's life, the selection process of the candidates, hours of videotapes and a lot of memorabilia from past winners. With the entrance ticket, that costs 130 SEK, is included a free audioguide but also a free guided tour.

  • 5Iksan M. 8 months ago
    One of the modern museum in the world. Here is the best place to learn the works all the Nobel Prize winners. I really love the interior design.

  • 4Giga C. 7 months ago
    Very inspired by the visit. Highly recommended to use the listening gadgets and find out more about the inventions, history or Alfred Nobel himself. The lack what i had from this Museum was impossibility to see all the Prize holders in one space, and museum can definitely be bigger than it is now.

  • 4Lars M. 11 months ago
    A little disappointed. I expected to learn more about the previous winners and what they did. But the mueseen is mostly about the ceremony, which is interesting but not comparable to Nobel price winning reasons in physics or chemistry. But pricing is good. You can find all the winners and their story but it's only a small part of the mueseen.

  • 4Leon H. 7 months ago
    An interesting museum. I learned a lot around the nobel price but it was still a bit boring and it is probably not for everyone. However, it was fun to go through the nobel price winners of the last decades and try to recognise a few people you might know.

  • 4Erkin N. 5 months ago
    There are interesting items inside but I was expecting a little more. You can see some personal items donated by Nobel prize winners or their families such as Einstein's letters. The brief tour in English was good. In general, very worth the visit but I hope they will expand the museum in the near future with more interactive items and stories.

  • 4Sihang L. 7 months ago
    Not very big but quite a cool place to know how Nobel laureates are selected and how creative/funny those people are. You’d better follow a museum guide. A nice place for a one-hour tour.

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Last updated: 2022-04-24