Stockholm is the capital of the Nobel Prize, which awarded scientists, writers, economists, men and women who have made a difference in the world bringing considerable benefits to mankind. In Stockholm the Nobel Prize award ceremony held in the Concert Hall is an example of neoclassical architecture and art and home of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, visited by guided tour (entrance to the hotel and the tour costs 70 kr).
If it is at the Nobel Prize Concert Hall that prizes receive their recognition, the Stockholm City Hall was designed by the architect Ragnar Ostberg in order to accommodate the receipt of the Nobel Prize, with a banquet in the Blue Hall and the big dance in the Golden Hall. You can access the Stadshuset only through guided tours, which are offered in several languages and the cost of the tour is 90 kr.
Once you have received the Nobel Prize, the award-winning issue date ends at the Nobel Museum in Gamla Stan district. The museum is housed in the an ancient bag and is open from mid-May to mid-September, every day from 10 to 17 (Tuesday 10-20), from mid-September to mid-May from 11 to 20 on Tuesday and Wednesday to Sunday from 11 am at 17 with an entry fee of 80 kr. In the museum you can learn about the history of the awards since its inception. At the museum’s parade portraits of the winners, the salt guard their personal and official records of the speeches award with an interactive system which favors the consultation.