Learn about the feats of genius that earned Nobel Prizes at Stockholm's Nobel Museum. Dedicated to the prizes initiated by Swedish native Alfred Nobel in 1895, this museum features exhibits that explore Marie Curie's relentless search for new elements, Nelson Mandela's selfless battle for equality in South Africa and Samuel Beckett's arcane, quirky plays and novels. Ongoing exhibitions explore the nature of creativity and the selection process for the Nobel Prizes. Film series, talks and temporary and traveling exhibitions flesh out the intellectual history of this most eminent prize, immersing you in the world of the intellectual and moral geniuses who merited this prize.
You can take either subway Red line or Green line and alight at the Gamla Stan Station.
1.Please take note that the museum is closed on every Monday and also on the following dates every year; 1st January, 24th December, 25th December, 31st December.2.While touring the museum, please keep quiet and do not make any loud noises as it will affect the other visitors.