Activities for families and children

The Bubble Chamber consists of two rooms for children, where you will learn about the Nobel Prize subjects and about Alfred Nobel.

The Nobel Trivia Hunt for kids!

Trivia Hunt

The museum is full of things that Nobel Prize recipients have discovered. The Nobel Trivia Hunt gives you some tricky questions about those things.

Ask for the Trivia Hunt at the entrance desk.

The Timeline of the Nobel Prize

The children's track in the timeline

In the Nobel Prize timeline, situated in the center of the Nobel Museum, you'll find touch screens where you can learn about the history of the Nobel Prize. All the touch screens offer tracks for children in Swedish and English.

To book a guided tour for children, please email: bokning@nobelmuseum.se

Answers to Scandic Trivia Hunt:

Mother Teresa is connected to the Nobel Peace Prize
Marie Curie is connected to the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Albert Einstein is connected to the Nobel Prize in Physics
Selma Lagerlöf is connected to the Nobel Prize in Literature
Bertil Ohlin is connected to the Prize in Economic Sciences
Ivan Pavlov is connected to the Nobel Prize in Medicine 

Photo: Martha Bojassen, Jeanette Peterberg

Products for children in the museum shop

In the museum shop there is a wide range of products suitable for children. Here you will find inspiring books in different subjects and languages, and different products aiming to rouse curiosity and creativity in children.

Contact

Nobelmuseet Stortorget 2, Gamla Stan, Box 2245, 103 16 Stockholm
work +46 8 534 818 00
Executive Editor: Olov Amelin

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