Tags : Museum
Timings : Monday - Sunday – 11 AM to 5 PM
Entry Fee : Adults – EUR 14
Children (12+) – EUR 5
Children under 12 years - Free
Senior/Student – EUR 10
Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) – EUR 28
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Located in City Hall Square is the museum for the Nobel Peace Prize known for its visually stimulating displays. The Nobel Peace Centre was inaugurated by His Majesty Harald V of Norway in 2005. Being Norway’s one of the most visited museums, it attracts over 2.5 million visitors annually.
The Centre chronicles the story of Alfred Nobel and his unparalleled achievements through a fun mystery game.
The museum also presents stories of other Nobel Prize laureates and their contributions to society. This is achieved through multimedia and interactive technology, seminars, discussions, theatre, exhibits, concerts, and conferences, as well as a comprehensive educational program and frequent guided tours. While the ground floor covers the most recent Nobel Prize recipients, the first floor showcases the past winners in the most educational yet elegant manner possible. The entire visit might take up to 40 minutes to 1 hour.
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