Visit us at Oslo City Hall

The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition has a temporary home in Oslo City Hall while we are refurbishing the Nobel Peace Center. Here you can learn more about our activities during this period!

In the Oslo City Hall, we are welcoming visitors for free, offer school programs and guided tours every weekend until 10 April and our digital exhibitions are always available on our webpage.

The Nobel Peace Center is rebuilding to create a better, more accessible museum for our visitors. The museum will be modernised with a new museum shop, event space and pop-up gallery.

During this time we are offering our visitors to experience the Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition at Oslo City Hall, digital exhibitions through our webpage and educational lessons for students from Monday to Friday!

The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition at Oslo City Hall

Tourist at Oslo City Hall

From 14 January until 27 Aprl, the Peace Prize Exhibition «Nobody Plans to Give Up» will be showing in Oslo City Hall. The exhibition, which has been on display at the Nobel Peace Center since 11 December, highlights the Peace Prize laureates Ales Bialiatski, Memorial and Center for Civil Liberties.

Free entry at Oslo City Hall – open every day from 09:00-16:00 until 10 April.

Please join our guided tours Saturdays and Sundays (English tour 12:00 and Norwegian tour 14:00 both days).

N.B. Oslo City Hall is closed on 8 and 9 April. Extra guided tours on 4 and 6 April.

Digital exhibitions

Screen recording of digital exhibition

We have produced four digital versions our our exhibitions since 2021. This way, our content is available for everyone – all over the world. Also, the exhibitions can live forever.


Photo: Victor Iversen / Nobel Peace Center

In addition to the Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition, digital exhibitions and education – we will offer Nobel Peace Talks during this period.

Nobel Peace Talks is a series of events connected to this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.

Our next event is a film screening of the short-documentary “Oh, Sister!” and conversations with Peace Prize laureate Jody Williams! Read more about the film and the event down below.