Oslo Night of Culture
11 September 2015 18.00–23.00
On 11 September it is finally time for Oslo Night of Culture. On this Friday night, you can see for yourself the fabulous cultural variety the Norwegian capitol has to offer. And everything is free!
This year the Nobel Peace Center celebrates its 10-year anniversary, and will put the exhibition Peace at Work up for one night only in the Entry Hall. There you will see excerpts of our first 10 Nobel Peace Prize Exhibitions. A 10 percent discount will apply all night in our red museum shop and on everything except alcoholic beverages in our café Alfred. And of course, there are 10 guided tours throughout the night. Also: if you arrive in a group of 10 people, you will get at special surprise!
Use this occasion to experience the Nobel field at night.
The Nobel Peace Center has free entry from 18.00 to 23.00, and arranges guided tours in Norwegian and English from 18.00 to 22.00.
Norwegian guided tours at 18.30, 19.30, 21.30 and 22.00.
English guided tours at 18.00, 19.00, 20.30 and 22.30.
At 20.00, Jens Rygh de Flon gives a special architectural tour of the building (in Norwegian). Jens is an industrial designer from Østfold University College. The tour is a collaboration with Oslo Open House 2015.
This Friday night, the Nobel Peace Center offers the exhibition The 2014 Peace Prize exhibition – Malala and Kailash, that tells the story of Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi’s unstoppable fight for children’s rights. You can also visit our small exhibition about the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dalai Lama. Don’t miss the exhibition 1964 Martin Luther King, Jr., that for the first time presents the information about who nominated him, the Nobel Committee considerations and who were his keenest rivals for the prize.
You can find exciting stuff in our museum shop and our new café Alfred.
Oslo Night of Culture is an annual tradition, and a great addition to the variety of the cultural scene. This year is its elleventh time.
Enjoy the city!