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The Nobel Peace Center

Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1 | City Hall Square, Oslo 0250, Norway
+47 483 01 000
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The Nobel Peace Center is the museum about the NobelPeacePrize. Exhibitions, guided tours, debates and family activities. #VisitPeace
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Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1 | City Hall Square, Oslo 0250, Norway
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

As a group, we visited the Peace centre as part of our 3 day visit Oslo. The centre was educational, inspiring and eye-opening! What we really enjoyed was the interactive exhibits which allowed you to lose yourself in learning. Whether it be about the previous...More

Thank Luke S
Reviewed yesterday

I dare you to leave this museum and not want to change your life...what a gem, and especially the permanent exhibition is done so well.

Thank Steffi_UK
Reviewed 1 week ago

Moving, relevant, current and historical all describe our experience. Well laid out with interesting thought provoking exhibits. Perhaps the highlight of our European journey and definitely worth attending!

Thank Micki D
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thank you so much for your feedback, Micki!

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were only in this center for about an hour but it was quite interesting. Each Nobel peace prize winner has a video card that they basically speak to you individually. Really interesting. Small museum. I would go back

Thank Freddylasvegas
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Hanging in the entrance hall is a round image of each person who has so far received the peace recognition... it is wonderful to see so many female faces and also so many non-Western faces. That alone is such a gesture of hopefulness. Then the...More

Thank agalimbertirennie
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thank you for your feedback! "A small space with a lot to share" is such a lovely way to phrase it.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I love how it's not just a museum to past peace efforts made by the prize winners but also incorporates exhibits about current conflicts. I highly recommend the free tour as it gives you helpful information & orients you to the museum. It's not very...More

Thank Elizabeth B
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thank you so much for your feedback, Elisabeth! We're glad you enjoyed your visit!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The day we visited, the first floor was closed but for half price, we could see the second floor exhibits. They were disappointing. There is a display of iPads with the photo and short bio of each peace prize winner, but they were in random...More

Thank Bernadette D
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Dear Bernadette, we're sorry your visit didn't meet your expectations. Nobel laureates are displayed in random order in the Nobel Field, but more information is available for each of them, in both alphabetical and chronological order, in the next exhibit: the WallPapers. I'm truly sorry...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautifully done, beautiful old building right by the waterfront, and the display inside of all the Nnobel Peace Price winners is really wonderfully done. Original. Different expositions as well, we saw the story around the Columbian President's Peace Price 2016 - the history, the people,...More

Thank Gunnel B
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you very much for your feedback!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I could have wished for bigger displays of the peace price winners through the years. And more info about them all.. But it's still a really interesting place! I recommend the tour, that was very nice 😊

Thank Denise N
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you, Denise!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You hear about the Nobel Peace Prizes all the time; this is where it all happens. Worth a visit just to have the context.

Thank Intlxpatr
Adeline C, Staff at The Nobel Peace Center, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you!

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14 August 2017|
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Response from colin b | Reviewed this property |
I feel that the nobel peace museum is a very important place to visit. The other awards are nice but the prize for attempting to bring Peace between people must be considered as the most important. Its a most humbling... More
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Response from MurtazaNajeeb | Reviewed this property |
Opening Hours They divide the year in winter and summer season for opening hours: Summer season (from 16 May–31 Aug): Monday to Sunday 10–18. Winter season (1 Sep–15 May): Tuesday to Sunday 10–18. Closed days: 9 Dec... More
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