Located in the old city of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, the Nobel Museum was built 100 years ago when the Nobel Prize was awarded in 2001. Its predecessor was Sweden's ancient stock exchange. In front of the Nobel Museum, there is an ancient well in the central square of the old city. Hundreds of years ago, it was the only well in this area for residents to drink. It is said that Nobel grew up drinking the spring water flowing from this well.
Visiting the Nobel Museum allows you to borrow earphones for a fee. Few of them have Chinese explanations, or download APP directly to hear the same explanations. There is WI-FI in the museum. There are six Nobel Prize winners'introductions in 2014 on the door. There are introductions of past winners on the screen. We looked at the Chinese winners such as Mo Yan, Yang Zhengning, Li Zhengdao, Mrs. Curie and so on. There is a small hall dedicated to showing winners'three-minute movies. We saw small films like Mandela, the winner of the Penicillin Prize. There is a special exhibition room for children, parents are based on the introduction, let the children start, understand the principle of magnets. The museum displays Nobel medals and certificates, Nobel Prize winners'research scenes, supplies and so on. There are also some Nobel Prize on the wall, a series of creative and thought-provoking questions, let people experience the road of the Nobel Prize in the past 100 years. The pavilion has a special introduction about the founder of Nobel Prize, and his handwriting about the establishment of Nobel Prize. Souvenir stores have a lot of things, delicate, high prices, and Moyan's novels are among them. This exhibition is rich in content and can be learned more through APP in the future. In the museum square, many people are drinking beer. In front of an old well, there is a person playing the piano. The atmosphere is very good.
The Nobel Museum, located in the old city of Stockholm, was opened in the spring of 2001, the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize. It's not big, it's not strict, it's trapped in the noisy environment of the old city. If it weren't for the guide's commentary, we didn't know that such a humble venue was the place where Nobel Prize winners were awarded to the world. There are exhibitions and souvenir shops in the museum, and the water tower is the birthplace of the city.
After the performance, the band went down into the old city and came to the Nobel Museum in less than two steps. In front of the Museum Square, the Stockholm Police Philharmonic Orchestra is giving a concert, which is also supposed to be a weekend public service performance. Surrounded by a group of spectators, tourists and local people, everyone quietly enjoyed the performance, the end of the song and warm applause.
This is the hall of science's dream, where the Nobel Prize is awarded every year. In addition to exhibiting articles and inventions in front of Nobel Prize winners, the museum also presents the introduction and research results of successive Nobel Prize winners. It's absolutely possible to visit here, especially to see Tu Youyou and Mo Yan really excited.
In the centre of the old city, because the museums were closed on Monday, there was no time to see vasa and the palace on Tuesday. The Nobel Museum was admitted free Tuesday evening. While waiting at the entrance, I saw the Royal Swedish family coming to the Royal Swedish Academy's Christmas dinner in the side lane. It was very lucky. The theory of winning the Nobel Prize in museums is not clear to ordinary people if they are not science and engineering people. Finally, I went to the restaurant next to me and tasted the ice cream for Nobel dinner.
Holding Stockholms cards is free to enter, with award-winning archives hanging from the ceiling, which can be rotated and accessed by tourists.
a stunning place with lots of attractive decorations and stories about famous people . highly recommend to visit the place
On the other side of the big square in the old city, there are too many free foreign city tour guides around, and there are no free Chinese tour guides. If you want to listen to the history of architecture, you can listen to an English tour. But you don't have enough knowledge of architecture and history in English. Tianshu, even if the Nobel Museum is about the introduction of Nobel's life, you still need to have a certain background to understand it. Pictures and relics