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There isn't that much to see but it's along the pier and the history of the Novel Institute itself is pretty great. The building is nice too but I wouldn't make a separate trip to see it unless you really want to. It was on...More
Maybe they could do more with this. I was a little bit disappointed as the information is a bit haphazard. The only room which is exciting is the one with the screens about all the Nobel price winners for peace.
At the time of writing there are only eleven reviews and the institute is ranked 145 out of 404 in Oslo. I’m surprised and not surprised. I’m surprised this is not a major unmissable display explaining the history of the Nobel peace prize and its...More
The Nobel Peace Prize was established by the Swedish inventor and businessman Alfred Nobel through his last will, a bust depicting his face is at the front of the building. .
Although no one knows for sure why Alfred Nobel wanted the Peace Prize in...More
The building is located in Aker Brygge, in the harbour, just a few meters from the City Hall. Since this is one of the most important institutions in the world, I expected a much more impressive building. Visits are allowed for free and there are...More
This building is absolutely gorgeous, inside and out. The message it sends is amazing and to walk upon the floors that Mother Theresa and other highly influential people did is an incredible experience. I would recommend this attraction to anyone.