The Nobel Museum’s aim is to spread knowledge as well as to create interest and discussion around the natural sciences and culture through creative learning and exhibition techniques, modern technology and elegant design.
Not big, not much to see, but the will of Nobel is very inspiring
It's a great and very cultural museum, good way to learn much about great historic people that earned the Nobel prize.
A must do when in Stockholm! Very interesting! All about the history of the Nobel prizes!
It's a quite small museum, I would expect bigger (given how much the entrance fee). But you'll be able to see brief of each winner, videos, history of Alfred Nobel, exhibits from winners and gift shop
Wonderful!!! I love this museum! A place of brilliant minds ! So exciting
A great place to visit..
Nothing special about it.The legacy exhibition is pretty inspirational but that's it. To make it better you can have some fun discoverying the Nobel signatures left under the chairs at the cafeteria.
Come during a time when they have a free guided tour (11:15, 13:15, 15:15), otherwise it doesn't go very in depth.
A bit boring. Could have been more history of the awards, more winner spotlights and what the significance of their achievements are
Nothing special about the museum, nothing special about the ice cream :/
They don't actually have wifi
Try to join one of the guided tours, they are really interesting!
Pretty dry presentation of the prize winners. Good access to audio guide via wifi. No info on why/how winners are selected. For the price, I wouldn't recommend.
Quiet museum, so much great information. The displays are really creative
The history of the Nobel. Should be seen quietly and with no hurry! Usually crowded but a must visit. Has a free schedule on Tues (17h-20h)
Take the Tour! About 45mins and really interesting! Free with Stockholm Card.
Not worth visiting IMHO. The only funny thing is the Laureates pictures traveling under the celling.
Daily menu is till 5pm, but before 4pm there is the last one meal (portion).
Small but well presentation ... I really gained a lot of useful information. Recommend 👌👍
Not worth the entry fee. Only symbolic objects and no facts behind the discovery.
Interesting building, very posh but not so interesting museum; open till late;
Very interesting place if you follow the free English guided tour.
Really nice place to spend an hour. It's free every Tuesday from 1700 to 2000
It is the most exciting museum in Stockholm after Vasamuseet.
Very good if you go on Tuesday after 5 pm: it's free of charge.
You better take the guide, without it the museum can be boring. But this pretty guys will answer on every question you have!
Most uninteresting and boring museum. 100 sek not worth a visit.
It's worthy to see the videos of 35 laureates
For 20 SEK you can use an audioguide, and experience the museum in the best possible way.
The films are fun!
Alfred Nobel's will is spiritual, since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been honoring people around the globe for outstanding achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, and for work in peace
Free guided tours in English and in Swedish
Open from 10am to 8pm
Take the guided tour at 11.15 am (included in an admission fee). Not too detailed, highly recommended.
If you turn the chairs in the café upside down you'll find signatures of the Nobel Laureates that have visited the museum. They are invited to dinner and as a thank you they sign the chairs.
Free entrance on tuesday after 5 pm, wouldn't spend money on this museum, I at least got the same experiance as I would have by google-ing at home.
Not worth it, just one or two rooms with few information.
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Get the chocolate!
On tuesdays, from 17:00 to 20:00 the museum has free entrance!
Very small and don't expect to learn why the laureates were chosen to win the awards.
They say there is no wifi yet when you can actually see it from your devices.
Amazing science and culture overview
look up, thats where the over 850 winners are collected and it takes 6 hours for them to circulate the round.
Witness the entire history of Nobel Prizes with 2 auditoriums that continously run, chairs that are signed by many Nobel prize winners and m
Нет ничего интересного, просто своими глазами можно увидеть как ездят портреты лауреатов по залу, как в химчистке и на стенах висят живые портреты. Можно пройти стороной или заглянуть 1глазком внутрь
Внутри ничего особенного и интересного, кроме сувенирного магазина:) Если времени мало, то лучше пройти музей мимо.
Los jueves después de las 5 la entrada es gratis, aprovechen ese día, si están cortos de tiempo hay otros museos más recomendables