Here you will find information about how we adapt our activities with reference to the new Coronavirus.
Our ongoing opening hours are:
Opening hours during Nobel Calling Stockholm
The museum is open daily with free entrance during the Nobel Prize announcement week 5–12 October
Monday 5 October 11.00–17.00
Tuesday 6 October 11.00–17.00
Wednesday 7 October 11.00–17.00
Thursday 8 October 11.00–17.00
Friday 9 October 11.00–17.00
Saturday 10 October 11.00–17.00
Sunday 11 October 11.00–17.00
Monday 12 October 11.00–17.00
After announcement week the museum will be open Thursday–Sunday
11.00–17.00 until 8 November followed by a period when the museum will be closed until 5 December.
Bistro Nobel serves lunch Thursday–Friday during autumn also during the period when the museum is closed.
Last admission 15 minutes before the museum is closing.
We only accept credit card payment. This applies to all our pay pay-stations.
Children (up to 18 yrs)
Senior citizens (+65 yrs)
Groups (at least 15 persons)
100 SEK per person
We only accept card payments at the moment.
- 10 December (The Nobel Day)
- School groups: special terms
- Stockholm Pass, Stockholm Key of Honour, ICOM, AAM, SMI, authorised tour guides, WFTGA
We don’t offer any tours in the museum until further notice.
Audio Guide: Experience Nobel Prize Museum
Find the free audio guide at audio.nobelprizemuseum.se (use your own phone)
Eleven languages available: Svenska, English, Español, Deutsch, Italiano
The staff of the museum talk about Alfred Nobel, the history of the Nobel Prize, which institutions select the Nobel laureates, which laureates that have donated objects to our gallery and much more.
Nobel Prize Museum
Börshuset, Stortorget 2, Old Town, Stockholm
Metro: Gamla Stan
Buss: 2, 3, 53, 55, 57, and 76. Stop Slottsbacken eller Riddarhustorget