The Road to My Own Nobel Prize

Did you know there is a prize called the Nobel Prize that is awarded every year? You can receive the prize if you have done something very good in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace or economics.

The museum is full of things that Nobel Prize recipients have discovered. As a child visiting the museum you are offered The Road to My Own Nobel Prize, a booklet which gives you some tricky questions about those things. The answers are to be found in the museum, but to find them, you'll have to look around!

The Road to My Own Nobel Prize is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Finnish. Ask for your booklet at the entrance desk.

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.

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News

Announcement of the Nobel Prizes 2014

According to tradition, the Nobel Prizes are announced each year in early October. Watch the press conferences aired live at the Nobel Museum. 

Publicerad 30 Sep. Comments

Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer dies at 90

The author Nadine Gordimer, awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1991 has passed away in Johannesburg, South Africa, aged 90. 

Publicerad 16 Jul. Comments

Summer at the Nobel Museum

At the Nobel Museum, summer starts on June 1st with extended opening hours and additional guided tours.

Publicerad 27 May. Comments

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