Vasa´s upper deck.

Welcome!

The ship Vasa 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.

Wednesday 4 May

Today at the Vasa Museum

The museum opens tomorrow at 10:00 AM


Adults: 130 SEK
Students: 100 SEK
Children and young people up to 18 years: free

Ticket information

Upcoming

  • 5/5/2016 10:20 AM Film screenings English text Read more
  • 5/5/2016 11:00 AM Film Screenings spoken English Read more

Guided tours in English

No more occurrences today
11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, 3:30 PM

From the calender

A model of the ship when the ship is sinking.
Exhibition: His Majesty´s Ship
Vasa History

The Salvage

To salvage a 300 year old ship from the sea bed was something few thought possible. It was a dramatic and complex technical effort, so how did they do it?

A diver under water.
Skeleton in one of the exhibitions.

Ongoing research: the skeletons from Vasa

During the salvage of Vasa the bones of at least 17 people were recovered. Through various analyzes we can dress the skeletons in new dimensions, that gives us knowledge about the life in the 17th century.

A man stands on a ladder. He works with bolts on the ship.
Timeline: Vasa´s Preseravtion
Explore the ship with Fred Hocker, Head of Research.
Museum Shop

The museum shop recommends

Beautiful hand blown glass in different sizes and models. Made of Swedish glassworks in several colors. Price 285-625 SEK.

Bottles in green.
Bowls of salad in restaurant.
Restaurant

Hungry?

Take a break in the museum's restaurant. Enjoy food made from fine Swedish ingredients and a beautiful sea view. We have a lunch menu for both adults and children. For coffee, we have several pastries to choose from.