The Vasa Museum

History Museum, Museum, and Boat or Ferry
Djurgården, Stockholm
  • valerio m.
    "original warship from xii century"(9 Tips)
    "Best museum in Stockholm to see engineering failure at its best."(9 Tips)
    "The boat sunk at its maiden voyage 1628."(5 Tips)
    Gabriel S.
    "also see the film about the Vasa ship"(4 Tips)
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  • StockholmOurWay
    StockholmOurWayOctober 18, 2013
    Join our tour Stockholm Must Sees and skip the line at the Vasa Museum. The tour starts with a walk of the Old Town, we then catch the ferry to Djurgården and finish off with a visit to the Vasa.
  • D A.
    D AMay 3
    its amazing to see Vasa after 333 years staying underwater! The statues, and the ship are unbelievable. What an honour for Swedish people to protect this history. And the entrance is 130 SEK
  • Kyze
    KyzeJune 20, 2015
    Cool and worth the visit. Discount for students. It will take you one or two hours to see everything (although apart from the boat there's not much to see). Go early, it gets crowded.
  • Ludwig W.
    Ludwig WeiseJanuary 2
    Interested in history or (old) technologies? This is the only place in the world to see a complete 17th century battle ship for real. Spend half a day (when it's dark outside) — it'll be worth it.
  • Humaid B.
    What a great museum ❤️ it's all about the history of one ship " the vasa" the details and hand crafting on the ship is unbelievable, as a visitor to the Swedish capital this museum is a must
  • Paul A.
    Paul ArkFebruary 15, 2015
    An entire salvaged 17th naval warship housed in the building, with highly educational material on the history of the ship. The one must-do for any first time visitor to Stockholm.
  • Renee T.
    Renee TAugust 22, 2013
    One of the best museums I've been to. Excellent exhibits and fun to spend time here. So much to see! Give yourself at least 1.5 hours and start with the film (pick up the brochure as you step inside).
  • Lisa S.
    The museum has several levels so you can see the ship from all angles. The best section is "life on board" and the movie about Vasa. I got bored quite quickly though...
  • Marc T.
    Marc TunguzDecember 6, 2015
    A must see! The only place where you'll see a ship from this time. One of the greatest museum I've been. If you only have time for one museum, go for this one!
  • (((ekin)))
    (((ekin)))September 29, 2015
    I suggest to watch the movie about the salvage and the reconstruction of the vessel before taking the tour. The location and the garden of the museum is amazing. Free entrance with the stockholm card.
  • Janset Müge Altay Özkan
    A great museum. There is free English guided tour which lasts about 30 minutes. Çok etkileyici bir müzeydi. Özellikle ücretsiz İngilizce rehber turuna katılmanızı öneririm
  • StockholmOurWay
    StockholmOurWayNovember 24, 2014
    The Vasa Ship, soon to be 400 years old, is one of the only ships from this era that has been salvaged almost in full. This is a true WOW experience! Tour and movie, all included in the entrance fee.
  • Elif
    ElifSeptember 21
    Best museum in Djurgarden. Definitely make some time to visit here, try to catch a guide and listen the whole story. I strongly recommend watching the documentary film afterwards.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Daniel B.
    Daniel BatemanJune 3, 2015
    The Vasa is truly spectacular and the history around it is fascinating. Took us 3 hours to go round and we loved every moment. Do not miss!
  • Jenna A.
    Jenna AndersonOctober 9, 2014
    This is one of those must sees in Stockholm. It is mind blowing. Even if you think it won't interest you, give it a go. It will. It is easy to get lost in history looking at the Vasa.
  • Emmanuel J.
    Emmanuel JeffersonJuly 26, 2015
    Best museum in Stockholm. Once you arrived, make sure you watch the video first (15 minutes) to give you context about the ship. Plenty of display, expect to spend about 2 hours.
  • Steven H.
    Steven HassallOctober 19, 2015
    The ship is epic in size and beauty. Rather than use a photo of the vasa, the models are worth some attention too for being so lifelike!
  • Michael W.
    Awesome museum of one ship and it's very short life. Make sure to join the short tour, which is included in the price of the ticket.
  • Kaitlin T.
    Kaitlin TSeptember 14
    While the ship itself is amazing, what's truly impressive is previous as well as current efforts to preserve Vasa. Unreal amounts of research -- and it's fascinating to learn about.
  • Rafael M.
    Rafael MarinJune 30, 2013
    It's incredible to see how a XVOO century's warship was salvaged from the bottom of the Baltic Sea and restored to its original form. The tour is captivating and riveting. Totally worth the visit.
  • Alexandra G.
    Alexandra GoldsteinAugust 15, 2015
    An absolute must-see. She's beautiful, and the museum is huge and full of interesting details. English signage for tourists. Very decent cafe, too.
  • DJ F.
    DJ FriendMay 28, 2013
    Unique, and if you're on a budget the museum offers a free audio tour that's streamable on your smartphone. Note that my Galaxy S3 couldn't connect to their wi-fi at the time but an iPhone could.
  • Cathrine M.
    Cathrine MyhreJanuary 21, 2015
    Great historical museum showcasing an old war ship that sank right after setting sail. Lots of other info and fascinating interactive displays☺️
    DHR.comDecember 6, 2011
    The Vasa Museum in Stockholm is one of Scandinavia's most visited museums. This place is home to the 17th century ship Vasa. Also has 4 other museum ships. Opens at 10am. Guided tours available.
  • Débora F.
    Débora FrançaSeptember 28, 2015
    Just awesome! Must see! The ship is amazing and the history as well! 130SEK to get in. There are free guided tours.
  • Noppon C.
    Noppon ChompupongAugust 10, 2014
    I had an amazing time here. The exhibition is very well organised even for those who didn't know about Vasa before. She totally amazes me how mankind can builds great things
  • Adela M.
    Adela MouJuly 12
    This was much more interesting than I had expected. The size of the ship was impressive, and the overall exhibit was interesting. I'm glad we didn't miss this.
  • A Q.
    A QueenAugust 18, 2015
    Small but fascinating. Check out the film of Vasa first - in your language. Timetable at information desk. If you're in a hurry, they have a shorter version - just for you!
  • Ludwig J.
    Ludwig JametApril 26
    What an amazing museum! The boat is huge and 98% true ! The restaurant is so so but you have to watch this XVII century boat.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Timo H.
    Timo HeuerAugust 14, 2015
    The ship itself is one of the wonders of the world and the exhibitions are so great with amazing visualization, also suitable for kids! And it's cheap.
  • Sergio R.
    One of the best museums to visit if you're in Stockholm. Enjoy the video and media, they explain a lot. Wish you could walk inside the boat!
  • Andreas R.
    Andreas RaatzAugust 12, 2014
    a very impressive museum worth a visit. Due to the conserving of the ship the climate is quite cold (relative to outside temperature in summer), so bring along a light jacket.
  • خورخ دانيال م.
    This is an awesome museum. The ship is huge and they explain everything that happened. It also has free WiFi so you can post pics at the moment!
  • Filip D.
    Filip D.November 16, 2014
    Have to see this once in your life! Amazing trip back in time, one of the best museums in the world.
  • Gabriel S.
    Gabriel SzigetiAugust 17, 2014
    Nice, worthy to see. I recommend an English guided tour (every hour and every half hour) and also see the film about the Vasa ship (cca. 15 min)
  • Erik O.
    Erik OlssonJuly 5, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    If you're a local, or come to Stockholm often, get the Gold annual membership pass for SEK 250. After 2 years of consecutive membership, you may board the actual ship herself.
  • Ez C.
    Ez CaSeptember 14
    Not one of my favourite but it is a well curated museum. You can have some idea about buoyancy of water and physics law.
  • Dániel G.
    Dániel GémesNovember 16, 2015
    The ship is amazing and the whole museum is well thought out. Just as I was getting sad by not being able to touch the ship, I found a part that was put on display so people can touch it.
  • MAQ
    MAQSeptember 14
    it's all about a ship called Vasa which was under water for 333 years. one of the MUST SEE in Stockholm
  • Nisa H.
    Nisa HnMay 22
    For a person who doesn't really enjoy museum,I liked this one the best..although it's kinda funny to think that I am looking at a ship that sunk during it's maiden voyage
  • MJ L.
    MJ LeeJuly 29, 2011
    Make sure you come here 20 min before it opens at 830am. Take the first English film starts at 9am, and then English guided tour at 930am. And then take breakfast inside. Then wonder around.
  • Oleg P.
    Oleg PodsechinSeptember 30, 2013
    All startups trying to raise VC money before product market fit should visit this museum or read up on the Vasa
  • Ilia M.
    Ilia MJuly 28
    Go to the top and enjoy the view. Likely the largest sailing ship you'll ever see, and definitely the oldest. Breathtaking
  • Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
    You see this vast 1628 ship from the water line. Among its many carvings, spot the lion, a symbol of the Vasa kings. – Green Guide Editor
  • Simo K.
    Simo KriktiläJuly 30, 2013
    Impressive museum with the whole 17th century ship inside. Less queue early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
  • Phuong M.
    Phuong MinhApril 14
    It was a bit overrated (therefore super crowded!) but it's still nice to see the ship. The gift shop is amazing tho.
  • Josie B.
    Josie BNovember 13, 2012
    really really cool old boat. make sure you explore all the levels of the museum to appreciate the incredible craftsmanship that went into building the thing.
  • Agnieszka B.
    Spectacular indeed! Worth visiting. I was a bit disappointed one cannot get inside the ship itself, but nevertheless - premium experience!
  • stoRy touRs t.
    stoRy touRs touRsJune 5, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    The Vasa Museum Garden next to Vasa Museum- perfect to enjoy a moment of solitude surrounded by herbs.
  • Maria H.
    Recommended for a visit. Take a guided tour to learn something about the one of biggest failures in Swedish history.
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