We offer different kinds of guided tours at our museum.

Guided tour for a group

We accept bookings for guided tours throughout the year. During the summer seasons and low seasons, we offer scheduled tours of Björkborn manor.

Join a guide or an actor who will tell you about Alfred Nobel, his life and how it happed that Björkborn manor is Alfred Nobels last Swedish home.

The Nobel Museum is temporarily closed for the public. Would you like to visit the museum with your group? We still open for private group tours. Contact us for information of prices and availability.

Call 0586-245 245 or email info@nobelkarlskoga.se and we’ll help tailor your visit.

Theatrical tours

In a theatrical tour of the manor you’ll meet Alfred Nobel, Bertha von Suttner or Ragnar Sohlman who all tell the story of the great inventor’s life, work and heritage. Bertha von Suttner and Ragnar Sohlman will tell you about their friend Alfred Nobel through their own perspectives as well as about themselves and their own achievements.

Unfortunately, we currently can’t offer theatrical tours in English hosted by Alfred Nobel

These are our actors:

Alfred Nobel

Sweden's most known scientist!

Meet Alfred who tells the story of his amazing journey through 19th century Europe! He will talk about his inventions and discoveries and about the ideas that eventually became the Nobel prizes.

Who can tell the story about the great inventor better if not the man himself?

Portrayed by Per Jakobsson.

Alfred Nobel

Ragnar Sohlman

The young Sohlman - a success story!

As a 26-year-old Ragnar Sohlman got a very important – and unexpected – mission. He was tasked with making Alfred Nobel’s dream of the Nobel prizes come true.

Hear Ragnar Sohlman tell the story about his good friend Alfred Nobel’s life and work as well as his own mission with executing Nobel’s final testament.

Portrayed by John Persson

Ragnar Sohlman
Gestaltad guidning

Bertha von Suttner

The first woman to win Alfred Nobel's peace prize!

Alfred Nobel quickly got to know Bertha von Suttner when she took a job as his secretary. The pair became good friends and had a lifelong letter correspondence between the two of them.

Bertha was a known peace activist and later even became the first woman to accept the Nobel peace prize in year 1905. Hear her tell her story about the great inventor, his life, and his work.

Portrayed by Helena Weidt.

Photo: Pelle Agorelius

Bertha von Suttner