Norwegian Nobel Institute

Norwegian Nobel Institute, Oslo

Norwegian Nobel Institute - Oslo
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David S
Aurora, IL28 contribuições
set de 2019

IF YOU HAVE AN ONCE OF SELF-RESPECT DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OF MONEY TO GO INTO THIS PLACE
This shattered my thoughts of what the Noble Peace Price (NPP) stood for. You walk in the door and are confronted with political left wing trash! As you wade through piles and piles of this TRASH you get to the room of the winners of the NPP. Here it reinforces that the “WINNERS” are BOUGHT. Starting with Obama! In office one month and won this political price. They state in the introduction to the past winners that it takes years and years and in some cases there were years no one had won. But Obama won because he was “Black” (hmm did anyone tell his WHITE mother?). In hopes he would do something great. LMAMFO.. yeah right. This place is a total waste of time, spewing racial, political trash out. I am SURE this is NOT what NOBLE thought it would become, but leave to the left wing racial radicals to screw this up too.
Feita em 21 de janeiro de 2020
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Turtle5954
Warrington, UK1.572 contribuições
set de 2019
Excellent place to visit, good to learn about Alfred Nobel, a Swede, and why this Institute was built in Norway. Moving to see the most recent winners in particular. Sometimes controversial in the winner, the principle has to be applauded. I found the main light awards area good but the stories from both current winners very emotional and moving.
Feita em 28 de setembro de 2019
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jjuw
Saarburg47 contribuições
ago de 2018 • Casais
Ich hatte sowieso vor dieses Museum zu besuchen, aber wurde über allen Maßen positiv überrascht. Als ich da war, lief eine Ausstellung im Erdgeschoss (wo wohl die temporären Ausstellungen laufen) unter dem Titel “Generation Wealth“ über was Reichtum mit dem Menschen macht, es sind viele Photos mit dazu gehörigem Text (nur auf Englisch) wo das Schicksal des fotografierten unter dem Sichtpunkt des Reichtums erzählt wird. Videos mit Interviews ergänzen das Ganze. So verstörend wie frappierend. Außergewöhnlich. Im ersten Stock befindet sich die Dauerausstellung über die Friedensnobelpreisträger, mit einem Teil dem letzten gekrönten gewidmet, und einem Teil in dem man in einem dunklen Saal eine Art Wald des Friedens mit elektrischen Kerzen und ein Tablett pro Träger findet. Beim Näherkommen aktiviert sich das Tablett und man kann eine kurze Biographie des Trägers und den Grund der Verleihung erfahren. Historisch politisch sehr interessant, aufschlussreich. Ein packendes Museum in dem ich viel Zeit verbracht habe und das sehr zum Nachdenken anregt.
Feita em 20 de agosto de 2018
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delagioventu
Cidade do Luxemburgo, Luxemburgo1.111 contribuições
abr de 2018 • A sós
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.
Feita em 6 de abril de 2018
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VargVeum
Odenthal, Alemanha44 contribuições
jun de 2017
An interactive exhibition of the nobel peace price winners. You ned a basic interest, but then it is qute convincing
Feita em 24 de março de 2018
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Steve H
Milton Keynes, UK9 contribuições
mar de 2018 • Casais
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 winners and their achievements. I’m not surprised that this small and frankly dull museum gets poor reviews. To be fair, there is one room, I believe permanent, which contains photos of all the winners and a brief comment on their achievements. I thought it really good. It’s an imaginative display which reacts to people as they pass each winner’s picture. However, the operative words are “brief comment”. If there was any discussion on the controversial awards (to Kissinger, say, or Aung San Suu Kyi, or Begin, or even Obama, awarded before he’d had a chance to do anything) I didn’t see it. And that is only one room. As someone else says, perhaps it makes a huge difference what the periodic exhibitions are. Today we expected from publicity that there would be something about the Berlin Wall: there wasn’t. There was instead a series of glossy photos which might have been out of some us society magazine and which looked trivial to me. They had no meaning till one read the captions; a thousand words were certainly more meaningful than these photos. (It was about the pursuit of riches.) No doubt this will soon be gone. Maybe its replacement will be better. But the experience has diminished the Peace Prize in my eyes. I felt some professional help from a serious museum would make the world of difference. This one didn’t try hard enough.

The attached coffee and tea house was on the other hand very nice: great Danish pastries/Viennese swirls, ok coffee, good toilets, and especially helpful and charming staff. The museum receptionist was really helpful too, by the way.
Feita em 10 de março de 2018
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drogilmour
Guatemala City, Guatemala2.691 contribuições
dez de 2017 • Casais
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 particular to be awarded by a Norwegian committee it is assumed that in a way he forasw thata after the dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden, Norway would be a better suitor to grant the award since it has not been in as menay conflicts as Sweden. edish inventor and businessman Alfred Nobel

Through exhibit one gais an insight of why have the laureates been awarded. We spent most of the time listening to Nobel recipiets.

The actual exhibit is Ban the Bomb, it will finish by 25 Nov 2018. It is mainly an exhibition about the atomic bomb and Peace Prize laureate ICAN's work to abolish it.

I would recommend the visit only to adults who have lived long enogh to know a few a few laureates, otherwise it might be boring.

ENTRANCE FEES:
Adult: 100 NOK
Student/Senior: 65 NOK
Family ticket: 180 NOK
Children under 16: Free
Feita em 31 de dezembro de 2017
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Ramon_Knudsen
Murcia, Espanha487 contribuições
dez de 2016 • Casais
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 exhibitions inside.
Feita em 25 de fevereiro de 2017
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Oslo Adventures
Oslo, Noruega320 contribuições
jan de 2017 • Casais
This is either a hit or miss depending on what is on or being shown. The building as ok. But rarely delivers anything exciting to visit.
Feita em 19 de janeiro de 2017
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Natalia P
São Petersburgo, Rússia276 contribuições
set de 2015
Мы попали в это заведение дикарями, без экскурсии на родном языке, и это было нашей ошибкой. Там очень интересно в картинках, фотографиях и с подробными пояснениями на английском представлены Нобелевские лауреаты со своими достижениями. Но с нашим базовым английским комментариев мы не поняли и в итоге просто наслаждались красивым интерьером....
Feita em 4 de agosto de 2016
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