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Eastern Norway Oslo

Nobel Peace Center

  • Brynjulf Bulls plass 1, Oslo
  • +47 48301000
  •  /  km From You

One-of-a-kind museum with inspiring stories of the Nobel Peace Prize and people's efforts to create a better world

Trough exhibitions, events and digital installations, the Nobel Peace Center teaches you about the famous philanthropist Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Peace Prize and the people who have received the award since it was established in 1901. The museum is conveniently located next to the Oslo City Hall, where the Peace Prize is awarded in December every year.​​​​​​

The Nobel field is the heart of the museum: An unforgettable installation where all the Peace Prize laureates are presented in a garden of lights. The presentation includes images, texts and videos about their lives and accomplishments. From here, you can move along to the Peace Prize Exhibition, which documents the efforts of the current winner (or winners) in an engaging manner. 

Children of all ages will enjoy the Nobel mystery, where the whole family can join in the hunt to find the missing will of Alfred Nobel. Along the way, you will gather clues, learn a lot and finally crack the code to the safe at Alfred's home in San Remo, Italy.

During summer, every Friday at noon, a peace dove is released from the window above the entrance, bearing good news.

Originality, sustainability and fair trade characterize the selection in the Nobel Shop.

​​​​​Do you want to know more about the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo? The Nobel Peace Center has developed the app Peace Walk for Android and iPhone, which takes you on a fun and educational tour you through the city.

The 2020 Peace Prize Exhibition
What is the relationship between food and war? The Nobel Peace Prize 2020 to the World Food Programme highlighted the role of food in war and conflict. For the 2020 Peace Prize Exhibition, the internationally acclaimed photo artist Aïda Muluneh was commissioned to make a photo series of ten images illustrating ten different countries and conflicts where food has been used as a tool of power.

Norwegian name: Nobels Fredssenter 

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  • Free with Oslo Pass

Opening hours

Oct 29, 2021 – Nov 21, 2021
Thu Fri Sat Sun 11:00 AM–5:00 PM
Dec 10, 2021 – Dec 10, 2021
Fri 12:30 PM–2:30 PM
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Description Price*
Adults 120.00 Admission
Children 50.00 Admission
Children under 12 years 0.00 Free entrance
Senior/Student 90.00 Admission
Family ticket 2 adults + children 240.00 Admission
* Price from
Statens Kartverk, Geovekst og kommuner - Geodata AS
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