Allow a few hours to take it all in. Original patents for Nobel. His Will and Testament too. Einsteins letters. Really cool. There are personal artefacts of the Dhali Lama and other Nobel Prize winners. Take it all in.
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Visiting this Museum expecting something special but there was practically nothing there except pictures.
A small but very nice museum with a lot of interactive exhibits. Our two 11 years old daughters spent a good one hour inside and learned a lot about Nobel prizes in various categories. They had some scientific demonstration session during the time we visited....More
Son's hockey team took a guide tour thru this place. VERY SMALL. Barely could handle all of us. One permanent exhibit on the history of Alfred Nobel and the creation of the Nobel Prize and then a hallway with interactive stations for each decade and...More
The place does not quite work. The space does not flow. The story is all over the place and it’s not quite sure what it is. This is surprising given the quality of the material. Apparently it is moving let’s hope it does it better....More
It was not aligned with my expectations: few explanations available, no chance to have a better perception of why some scientists have been rewarded with the Nobel prize! At the end there is only the story of Alfred Nobel and the list of all the...More
This museum is right in the center of the Old Town. I enjoyed the way in which the presentation was set up, and the technology to present the information.
There is such a rich vein of history and human achievement untapped in this museum. There are some clever touches, but it is small and sadly lacking in coherence. More could be made of video of the winners of recent times and more to contextualise...More