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The Vasa ship capsized and sank in Stockholm 1628. After 333 years on the sea bed the mighty warship was salvaged and the voyage could continue. Today Vasa is the world's only preserved 17th century ship and the most visited museum in Scandinavia.
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The museum is located in Djurgarden Island. it is interesting for adults and children.
The warship stands in the middle of the space and around it 5 floors that tells the history of the ship.The story and the model of how the ship was pulled...More
Vasa Museum Is a very famous museum.
Located on Djurgarden Island in the Ostermalm district of Stockholm.
An ancient warship museum that is a property.
The treasure is outstanding and precious.
Is a great warship, really elegant.
This was the highlight of my visit to Stockholm - Amazing art decorative work on the ship. The ship sank in the harbor on it maiden voyage in 1628 and recovered in circa 1961. If you just have time for 1 attraction - I highly...More
The Vasa keeps updating itself and it is always a great experience to visit. This time we had a family visit and even though we missed the family guided visit, we had two super engaged children, really curious and interested to explore the different parts...More
This museum was the most expensive that we visited in Stockholm. The ship is interesting to look at - there were lots of objects recovered which are out on display. They play a 20 minute video in the auditorium which tells you more about the...More
No really need to sell this. It is an amazing well persevered war ship from the 1600s. English tours are regularly available and included with admission. Well worth a visit. One of the highlights in Stockholm.
To be able to see the whole ship is absolutely awesome! The associated static displays and interactive screens explain life on board so clearly, and everything has been painstakingly preserved, even the fragile fabric of the huge sails.
We could only spend a morning there,...More
The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of nature and an abundance of museums, while being located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take endless walks through a beautiful park landscape without having to leave the city, but also offers an incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as
an open air museum which specializes in the Swedish way of life pre-industrialization, the renowned Vasa Museum with its legendary sailing ship, and Sweden’s most famous amusement park Gröna Lund, which is more than a 100 years old.
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You will have to take a cab, a bus to the museum. I took the 3 day travel pass that lets you use all public transport but if you're there for a day this travel pass may not make sense. In the same area there are multiple... More
You will have to take a cab, a bus to the museum. I took the 3 day travel pass that lets you use all public transport but if you're there for a day this travel pass may not make sense. In the same area there are multiple museums so you can maximise the day by visiting more of them including Abba, Skansen etc