The Nobel Peace Centre is temporarily closed as a measure against the spread of coronavirus.
The Nobel Peace Center is the museum of the Nobel Peace Prize. The Center shows an exciting combination of temporary and permanent exhibitions that explore themes related to peace, war and conflict resolution.
Explore the history and background of the Peace Prize laureates, presented on digital screens in the beautiful Nobel Field, surrounded by thousands of small lights. Also, don't miss the magical book about Alfred Nobel's life and work.
The museum shop offers unique and fair-trade products, and a large selection of books.
You can also visit the cafe Stockfleths and enjoy a cup of high-quality coffee or a snack.
Free guided tours every day in the summer season.
The Nobel Peace Center is situated in the heart of Oslo, between the Oslo City Hall and the shopping areas at Aker Brygge.
Norwegian name: Nobels Fredssenter
Do you want to know more about the Nobel Peace Price 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.
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