"Nobel Peace Centre or Nobels Fredssenter" Oslo Things to Do Tip by suvanki
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Afraid this was another Oslo sight that we only viewed from the outside.
Converted from one of the old railway buildings, This ice cream coloured building is dedicated to remembering the work of former prizewinners as well as educating us re peace issues.
I did pick up a flyer from my hotel reception, with upto date opening hours etc-
This centre has permanant displays of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates and their works. A 'magic book' that illustrates the life and work of Alfred Nobel, temporary gallery exhibits including current conflicts, a digital newspaper, The Eye cinema (showing short films and documentaries). Regular lectures are arranged.
There is also a cafe, and a shop selling gifts, plus peace and conflict resolution literature.
Opening Hours 2006
2/1-31/5 , 16/9 -30/12. Tues - Fri. 10.00 -18.00 hrs. Sat/Sun 11.00 -18.00hrs.
1st June -15 Sept.
Mon - Sun 10.00 - 1900hrs.
Adults over 16 yrs NOK 60
seniors/students NOK 40
children under 16 free
prices subject to change
Winter Guided Tours at weekends in Norwegian
Daily tours through Summer in English and Norwegian
Included in admission price.
Tours in other languages and at other times - contact the switchboard.
1st Sunday each month is Family Day - with special activities for families with children.
Address: Radhusplassen,Brynjulf Bullsplass 1,0250 Oslo
Directions: Between Aker Brygge and the City Hall. Look for the Vanilla Ice Cream coloured building.
Phone: +47 48 30 10 00
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