The Vasa Museum is one of Scandinavia’s most visited museums. There you will find the unique and well preserved warship Vasa from 1628, embellished with hundreds of wooden sculptures.
Around 1.5 million visitors every year enjoy the exhibitions in the museum, which describe the Vasa warship history and life at the time; how, after 333 years at the bottom of Stockholm bay, the ship was rediscovered and salvaged; and the research which is now underway to preserve Vasa.
The Vasa Museum is a part of the Swedish National Maritime and Transport Museums, together with the Maritime Museum in Stockholm, the Naval Museum in Karlskrona and the Railway Museum in Gävle.
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Getting to the Museum
Address: Galärvarvsvägen 14, 11521, Stockholm, Sweden, Europe
Coordinates: 59.3280233, 18.0913964
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