The 10 December is a festive day – it’s the day of the Nobel Prize ceremonies. Of course we want to celebrate with as many people as possible and therefore invite to an extraordinary day at the museum.
Celebrate this year’s Nobel Prize with a Nobel lunch!
Bistro Nobel serves a menu with inspiration from the Nobel Banquet in 1964. The year when Martin Luther King was awarded The Nobel Peace Prize.
The lunch is fully booked and there is a waiting list. See further below for contact details.
Hot-smoked turbot with sauce Gourmet
Riesling Urziger Wurzgarten Dr. Loosen Tyskland
Högberga San 2015 Italien/Sverige
Moulin Touchais 1996 Frankrike
Price: 575 SEK including a glass of cava or alcohol free alternative.
Wine package: 275 SEK incl. coffee/tea
The lunch is fully booked, to be put up on the waiting list, e-mail: bistronobel[a]nobelmuseum.se.
At 12.15, 14.15, 16.15
Extra Nobel Banquet tour (in Swedish)
Regular tours are also being held
Live broadcast from the Nobel Prize ceremony in Oslo.
Live broadcast from the Nobel Prize ceremony in the Stockholm Concert Hall.
Because of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights we present a lecture based upon the theme Human Rights in a changing time with Gustaf Lind, ambassador and in charge of Ministry of Foreign Affair’s unit for international law, human rights and treaty rights.
Book your ticket here. The lecture is held in Swedish.
Gustaf Lind. Photo: The Swedish Government Offices.
Beatrice Fihn is holding her speech of thanks for the organisation ICAN, which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2017 for it's work against nuclear weapons. Photo: Ken Opprann / Nobel Media
Cava/alcohol free alternative is served in the Bistro bar the whole day for 50 SEK/glass.
Welcome! See you on 10 December!