One-of-a-kind museum with inspiring stories of the Nobel Peace Prize and people's efforts to create a better world
The Nobel Peace Center depicts engaging stories about Alfred Nobel, the Peace Prize and the Peace Prize laureates through exhibitions, conventions and digital experiences. The museum is centrally located by Rådhusplassen in Oslo.
The annual Peace Prize Exhibition tells the capturing story of the most recent laureate of the Peace Price. The will to change the world is a new, (2022) inspiring exhibition on Alfred Nobel and the history of the Peace Prize, which shows the power that resides in “the world’s most prestigious prize”.
In the Medal Chamber you can see a real Peace Prize medal, while Nobel’s Field is the heart of the Peace Center: An evocative room where you get to meet every Peace Prize laureate surrounded by one thousand lights.
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.
The 2021 Peace Prize exhibition
Get to know the Nobel Peace Prize laureates Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov, and their courageous fight for freedom of speech and democracy. This exhibition exposes how journalists across the world put their lives on the line, fighting information manipulation and abuse of power, in a world where truth, trust and democracy are at stake.
Norwegian name: Nobels Fredssenter
|Children under 12 years||0.00 Free entrance|
|Family ticket 2 adults + children||280.00 Admission|
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