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Nobel Prize Day

Nobel Prize Day

Nobel Prize Day recognises the annual prize established by Alfred Nobel. Each year on 10 December, the Nobel Prize ceremony is held in Stockholm, Sweden on the anniversary of Alfred Nobel’s death. In 1901, the committee kept the first winners secret until the 10 December ceremony. Since then, the committee announces the Nobel Laureates in October each year. In December, they gather in Stockholm for the ceremony and receive their prizes from the Swedish King. The winners receive a Nobel diploma, a medal, and 10 million Swedish crowns per prize.

Activity Ideas:

  • Enjoy a Nobel prize quiz – here
  • Print off the section in our monthly activity book – here
  • Host your own prize-giving day with homemade trophies – here