Nobel Peace Center

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  • Address: Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1 | City Hall Square, Oslo 0250, Norway, 0250
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +47-48301000
  • Ticket Price: 90 NOK
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Educational Site, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Social, Arts, Museums, Landmarks

Who all have won the Nobel Peace Prize? What did they do to earn it? Who was Alfred Nobel? These questions and more are answered at this museum. Interactive exhibits cover topics such as wars, conflicts and their resolution. Your visit may be individual or as part of a guided tour. If you’re lucky, you may catch an exhibition on the winners or the work they do.

The museum is located in the former Oslo Vestbanestasjon (Oslo West railway station), a building from 1872. 

  • Not allowed: Outside food or drinks, handbags, luggage, pets, prams.
  • Deposit boxes available.
  • Baby buggies can be borrowed form the museum.
  • Check out the museum shop and cafe.

  • Adult: 90 NOK
  • Student/Senior: 60 NOK
  • Children under 16: Free
  • Oslo Pass: Free

  • Buses 80E, 81A, 81B, 83, N81 N83 stop Vestbanen
  • Tram 12 stop Aker brygge

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  • Nobel Peace Center Address: Brynjulf Bulls Plass 1 | City Hall Square, Oslo 0250, Norway, 0250
  • Nobel Peace Center Contact Number: +47-48301000
  • Nobel Peace Center Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Nobel Peace Center Price: 90 NOK
  • Best time to visit Nobel Peace Center(preferred time): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Nobel Peace Center: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 45.2% of people who visit Oslo include Nobel Peace Center in their plan

  • 49.67% of people start their Nobel Peace Center visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Nobel Peace Center

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

66% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Nobel Peace Center

People normally club together The Ibsen Museum and Oslo Opera House while planning their visit to Nobel Peace Center.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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    On 13-Aug-2018

    Nobel fredssenter is a very nice our global community center many people come here and see the histrical mater and they do they are many experience share ilove heartly this place because this is do decide our next winner of Nobel Peace prize thank you my dear all my friends

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    On 05-Aug-2018

    My dear myglobals friends with politician leader s caders with Norwegian s Nobel fredssenter iamkajal chakrabarty ilove peace this peace is possible politically with socially this peace is possible our economic equaliti with social equality this equaliti is make our peace full nation this type all peace full nation make a peace full global just like our democratic root I mean personalty make public s interesting mater of vote andconverted a nations minister thank you

  • Norway is amazing. Very clean and visually appealing. The Nobel Peace Center is on the waterfront and a must see when in Oslo. You can just browse or purchase some very interesting free trade items. There is also a gallery upstairs for you to view pieces acquired by the peace center. The gallery has a cost associated and you cannot carry your bags upstairs with you. There is often a reception or display in the lower level room and take your camera because you never know what or who you may see.

  • I really recommend spending there a couple of hours (4.5 in my case) and reading absolutely everything. Histories behind the pictures in the gallery downstairs are shocking and force a reader to think. The heart of the Center - description of all the Prize winners - is arranged very beautifully.

  • Super inspiring place!!! Love to even just come by and enjoy the cutest craft from all over the globe. Made with love !

  • Good for people who want to know about prize winners. There enough literature and videos to understand the work done by the winners. Ones who are not interested in knowing them or ones running short of time, don't even bother to get in as it may bore you to the core or may not be worth short time at disposal. Very near to city hall.

  • This Nobel Peace Center at the center of the Oslo city, Norway has a nice collection of information about all Nobel Peace laureates since the start of the Nobel Peace prize. I'm impressed with the information management and presentation styles. Entry fee is also reasonable. A must visit when ones is in Oslo.

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Nobel peace center
  • Why we want peace?why our main thee problem 1is unemployed 2is refugee 3is our global s population

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  • My dear my globals friends why God see equal?why democracy s secracys causes is barbarism?what is the our global s actual peace process !thank you all my dear friends

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    • Because God feel all humen is his generation of soully I mean we are his children there he always equal see 2because democracian personality s miss use if democracy is make human s personalty this miss use is secracys falt3our global s actual peace process is equaliti of economically with socially this together is our global s causes number one imean every people want peace this the possible in our global kajal chakrabarty s united communismly thank you all my dear friends

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