The Vasa Museum has fourteen permanent exhibitions. In different ways, they examine the ship, the time in which she was built and her recent history.
Vasa is slowly deforming and sinking under its own weight. We use a totalstation to accurately measure the structural changes.
Meanwhile is an exhibition that sheds light on events around the globe in the first half of the 17th century.&...
About how naval warfare could be experienced in the early 1600s.
About the people who were on board the Vasa on 10th August 1628.
About the ongoing challenge to preserve Vasa for the future.
About the stages in the recovery of the Vasa, from its first localization by Anders Franzén in 1956 to its resurfacing in 1961.
About Vasa´s earliest history - why she was built and why she sank.
About how the crew would have lived on board the Vasa.
About Vasa´s sculptures and how she was painted.
About Vasa´s sculptures and what they tell.
About sailing large warships in the 17th century.
About the art of building warships in the 17th century.
A painted model of Vasa at scale 1:10.
About vegetables, medicinal plants and flowers in the time of Vasa.
The Vasa Museum, Stockholm - is part of The National Maritime Museums