is a permanent exhibit looking at major milestone in the history of the Nobel prize including the discovery of Insulin, invention of the transistor, creation of the Euro, and many more.
is a permanent exhibit showcasing significant items donated by Nobel laureates over the years. Here you will find letters from Albert Einstein, the slide rule used by Toshihide Maskawa, an X-ray tube, a laser rod from Donna Strickland, and many more.
is a permanent exhibit for children visiting the Nobel Prize Museum. It is named after the physicist Donald Glaser who invented the bubble chamber for detecting sub atomic particles. The naming references the appreciation of all ideas, big or small, much like the discoveries in quantum physics. The exhibit has a working microscope, puzzles and games, books in several languages, a short animation about the life of Alfred Nobel, and more to inspire children ages 3-11 years old.
In addition there is a children's exploring guide to the museum available at the front desk.
is a permanent exhibit depicting the life and legacy of Alfred Nobel.
is the current temporary exhibit at the Nobel Prize Museum. The exhibit features crucial achievements that save lives, feed humanity, protect the planet and bring people together. Such achievements include the Green Belt Movement, The invention of blue LEDs, and the discovery of penicillin. This exhibit will run until December 2020.
Thursday - Sunday
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM