AddressBörshuset, Stortorget 2, Gamla Stan, Stockholm
TransportMetro: Station Gamla Stan
Bus: 53, 55, 57 and 76 (bus stop Slottsbacken)
Bus: 3 och 59 (bus stop Riddarhustorget)
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ESCToday in collaboration with the City of Stockholm will be bringing you a series of articles leading up to the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in order to showcase and introduce the 2016 Eurovision host city Stockholm to our readers. Today we will have a look at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm.
When we visit the Nobel Museum, we will discover more about Alfred Nobel, the man who invented dynamite. We will get the chance to learn about his will and legacy.
The Nobel Museum is one of the 10 main attractions of Stockholm. It is located in of the most iconic squares of Stockholm, namely Stortoget in Gamla Stan.
I was really impressed when I visited the Museum Nobel in Stockholm. I highly recommend to visit this museum when you visit Gamla Stan (the old city). Whenever I hear the word Stockholm, I always link it to Alfered Nobel and the Nobel Prize Ceremony and banquet.
When you think of the Nobel Prize, names such as Marie Curie, Malala, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Ernest Hemingway, Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King Jr and Nelson Mandela come to your mind.
5/6 Nobel Prizes are given out in Stockholm: Chemistry Prize, Economics Prize, Medicine Prize, Physics Prize and Literature Prize. Whilst the Nobel Peace Prize is given out in Oslo.
You will find all the data and information regarding Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Lauterates in this museum. The museum was founded in 2001. All the related data and information is displayed with the use of modern technology.
A total of 800 Laureates have been awarded the Nobel Prize. Each Laureate is presented in a random order through a portrait and Prize citation along a unique cableway in the ceiling. This is indeed something unique to look forward to, as the portraits circulate on the ceiling throughout the museum.
You can find information about all the Nobel Prize Winners,the Prizes and the Award Ceremonies on digital screens in the museum.
English guided tours are offered thrice a day at the museum.
The Bistro Nobel adjacent to the museum has become a popular place to meet up and enjoy a warm cup of coffee. Its Nobel ice cream has become quite popular!
Information about the museum’s opening hours and admission fees can be found here.
For more information on Stockholm you can visit visitstockholm.com