The Nobel Museum is a place you don't want to miss on any visit to Stockholm because it provides wonderful insight on aspects of the Swedish culture, and particularly Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, whose fortunes later funded the Nobel Prize. The Nobel Museum's aim is to convey how the Nobel Prize became such an important tool in recognizing successes in scientific achievements. The Museum uses a variety of tools to introduce you to the how and why of the Nobel Prize starting with its founder, Alfred Noble, and ending with insight into what it takes to become a Nobel Laureate. The Museum will inspire you and awe you with the facts of failures followed by success
in the science areas and what people are willing to do to advance world peace. There are tours conducted in English by very knowledgable guides who are well versed on all aspects of the Nobel Museum and its history. To supplement the exhibits, there are films that provide glimpses into the lives of various Nobel Laureates, and how their scientific accomplishments benefited mankind and the world. It is a museum worth visiting during your stay in Stockholm and will leave you with a "dynamite" experience.
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