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The Nobelmuseum in Karlskoga tells the story about the inventor, entrepreneur, donator and founder of the Nobel prize, Alfred Nobel. Here, at the Bjorkborn Manor, Alfred lived his last years in life. Alfred Nobel built a laboratory in the vicinity...more
Apparently Alfred Nobel spend his last summer in this house before he died. One of this favorite summer house as he had many houses.
The house /museum was well kept and with an English speaking guide (who was dressed in that period) was well versed...More
Date of experience: March 2017
camilla M, Informationsansvarig at Alfred Nobels Bjorkborn, responded to this reviewResponded 12 September 2017
Thank you for taking the time and effort to Review your visit att Alfred Nobels Bjorkborn. We are very happy that you liked your visit so much!
As always I'm proud to visit this museum,and this time with one young relative from Minnesota.She had a good knowledge about Alfred Nobel and was surprised that Karlskoga not adverticed abroad importance about why infact the Nobelprice stayed in Sweden.3 Chinese people joined also during...More
Date of experience: December 2016
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camilla M, Informationsansvarig at Alfred Nobels Bjorkborn, responded to this reviewResponded 15 March 2017
Thank you fpr your Review. We are happy you enjoyed your visit.
Fun tour guided by Mr. Nobel, himself. We thought it was a was a wax figure seated at the dining room table when we started the tour, but then he stood up, introduced himself, and led us through the house while telling his story. Absolutely...More
I cant talk enough good things about this Place... Amazing tour in both Swedish and English... dont want to say too much its a suprise that you never will forget... highly recommend if you are in Karlskoga
This place and the look alike Alfred has lots of interesting things about Alfred Nobel that I was not aware of. One thing I learned was, that at that time of Alfred the Swedish government ruled that you deemed to live in the country where...More
With a bit of luck you may actually meet Alfred Nobel when you visit the Nobel Museum in Karlskoga. Many of the guided tours are "theatrical" tours where you are guided by Mr Alfred Nobel himself (or someone else from his life). The tour is...More
We found the sign to this museum by the road and went with no expectations. There was no guided tour going on, but they made a tour for us two. The museum is very interesting indeed. Knowledge about Alfred Nobel is a must in Sweden...More