The Nobel Museum was very interesting and interactive. All the information was well presented and very visual. Enjoyed looking back through history at key events using the screens and touch pads. It was very clean and had every facility needed.
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There is very little to do. It looks like a large building, but the actual exhibits are located on one floor, and you can easily read the information in less than ten minutes. Instead, go have some drinks or a snack at any one of...More
I highly recommend visiting this museum. It is unique to Oslo. The guided tour is very informative. After the tour you can explore on your own. Great place to visit.
So much valiuble information! This is an interacting, beautiful, interesting and 'sciency' museum. I've leart a lot. Entrance is free on tuesdays after 17h.
Surprisingly large amount of information about the history and winners of the Nobel prizes in a small museum. Displays are interactive allowing you to learn about some of the discoveries and search for and read about winners by discipline and year. Its kind of like...More
I read the reviews and wasn't sure if we should go however we did and were impressed. It is important however to get a free tour. The guide was great and gave enough information to enjoy the rest of the museum. There are movies as...More
I am glad I saw it, but it was a little disappointing. It's not large. There is an overhead display of all the winners, but its hard to read and would take forever to view. There are some interactive displays showing winners by decade and...More
This museum provides extremely limited information about individual Nobel prizewinners. The limited information provided is watered down, especially for peace price winners, where it appears that museum management is concerned about offending. For example, we were interested in viewing information about Liu Xiaobo, who was...More