The Nobel Peace Center
The Nobel Peace Center is the museum about the Nobel Peace Prize, and tells the story of Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Peace Prize and the Peace Prize laureates.
The Nobel Peace Center has an exciting combination of permanent and temporary exhibitions on topics related to war, peace and conflict resolution. The Center also acts as an arena for debate about important social issues.
All of the Nobel Peace Prize laureates are presented in the Nobel Field – on screens in a garden of lights. In the Wall Papers more than 2,800 articles, 1,500 images and hundreds of videos and animations can be retrieved and explored. And don't miss the magic book about Alfred Nobel's life and work. It is a read of a lifetime.
Explore the Nobel Peace Center with "Fred & Toca Loca". Try the children’s trail or the activity booklet. Suitable for children accompanied by adults.
The museum shop offers books, gifts and souvenirs reflecting the exhibitions and topics related to the Nobel Peace Prize and the laureates. The selection changes along with seasons and exhibitions. Here you can find something for young and old, for yourself or others – and in all price ranges. Originality, variety and fair trade typify the selection.
- Winter: September 1 - April 30, 10:00 - 18:00 (Tuesdays to Sundays)
- Summer: May 1 - August 31, 10:00 - 18:00 (All days)
PS: Children under 16 enter for free!