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Timings : 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Entry Fee : Adult: SEK 130,
Child: Free Entry

Vasa Museum, Stockholm Overview

This stunning museum does not have a single piece of artwork. What it does have, is the only 17th century that has ever been recovered after sinking, preserved in almost exactly the condition it was found in. The Vasa warship sank in 1628, on it's maiden voyage.

Opened in 1990, the Vasa museum is located on DjurgÎrden island, and is believed to be the busiest museum in Scandinavia. The 64 gunship, which sank just 20 minutes into it's maiden voyage, was salvaged 333 years later in 1961, and after a architect's competition in 1981, was put on display for the world to make for one of the most majestic museums you will ever visit. There are 10 exhibitions on various parts of the ship, explaining the significance and the life on each part, and also the general facts and figures. There is also a film of the Vasa, available in 13 different languages.

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