Guided tours all summer
Join our tours!
Have you ever wondered how the Nobel Peace Prize came to life? join one – or three – inspiring tours at the Nobel Peace Center this summer to learn more about Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Peace Prize story and this year's laureates: Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov.
The Nobel Peace Center offer three different guided tours every Saturday and Sunday in June.
Guided tours in English
13:00: The Nobel Peace Prize in 30 minutes
13.30: The 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition
14.00: The mysterious Alfred Nobel
Guided tours in Norwegian
14:30: Fredsprisen på 30 minutter
15:00: Fredsprisen for 2021
15:30: Den gåtefulle Alfred Nobel
The guided tours are included in your entry ticket and last 30 minutes each – from 13:00-15:30. First in English, then in Norwegian. You don't need to book your spot for the tours, but we encourage you to meet up no later than 5 minutes beforehand.
Our guided tours:
The Nobel Peace Prize in 30 minutes:
The Nobel Peace Prize in often called the worlds most prestigous prize. It has created excitement, controversies and admiration for over 120 years. How does this prize actually work? Can anyone receive it? And how did a prize from remote Scandinavia become a world famous Peace Prize?
The 2021 Nobel Peace Prize:
In 2021, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the two brave journalists Maria Ressa from the Philippines and Dmitry Muratov from Russia. What is the role of press freedom in a democracy? Is it more dangerous to be a journalist in this day and age? Join a tour in our highly topical exhibition, learn the Peace Prize laureates' story and experience the incredible photo-series from this years photographers: Nanna Heitmann and Hannah Reyes Morales.
The mysterious alfred Nobel
Alfred Nobel was the arms dealer that became an icon of peace. The Swedish man that created the Nobel Prizes was mysterious – but with an enormous drive and creativity. Join the tour and learn more about the inventor and multi-artist – Alfred Nobel.
Guided tours every Saturday and Sunday
July – Sunday 21 August
Guided tours every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Final week of August: guided tours only Saturday and Sunday.