The Swedish Academy meets at Börshuset (the Stock Exchange) every year to decide the winner of the Nobel Prize for literature. The building is also the home of the Nobel Museum. Along with exhibits on creativity's many forms, the museum displays scientific models, shows films, and has a full explanation of the process of choosing prizewinners. The museum does a good job covering the controversial selections made over the years. It's a must for Nobel Prize hopefuls and others.
- Address: Börshuset, Stortorget 2, Gamla Stan, Stockholm, 111 29 | Map It
- Phone: 08/53481800
- Cost: SKr 70
- Hours: Mid-May–mid–Sept., Wed., Thurs., and Sat.–Mon., 10–6, Tues. and Fri. 10–8; mid-Sept.–mid-May, Tues. 11–8, Wed.–Sun. 11–5.
- Website: www.nobelmuseum.se
- Location: Gamla Stan and Skeppsholmen