Film screenings

Bild från Stora filmsalen där filmen om Vasa visas.

We recommend that you start your visit by seeing the film. The Vasa film is 17 minutes long.

Main Auditorium (1 September- 22 December & 6 January-31 May)

Spoken Swedish

Daily at 10.10, 12.00, 14.00, 16.00

Swedish text

Daily at 11.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.20

Spoken English

Daily at 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 16.20

English text

Daily at 10.10, 10.20, 10.40, 11.20, 11.40, 12.00, 12.20, 12.40, 13.20, 13.40, 14.20, 14.40, 15.20, 15.40, 16.00

Spoken German

Daily at 11.20 & 13.40

Spoken Russian

Daily at 13.20.

Spoken French

10.40 & 15.40

Spoken Italian

Daily at 11.40 & 14.20

Spoken Spanish

Daily at 14.40

Spoken Finnish

Daily at 12.40

Spoken Mandarin

Daily at 12.20 & 15.20

Main Auditorium (26 September- 5 January)

Spoken Swedish

Daily at 10.00, 12.00, 14.00, 16.00

Swedish text

Daily at 11.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.20

Spoken English

Daily at 11.00, 13.00, 15.00

English text

Daily at 10.00, 10.20, 10.40, 11.20, 11.40, 12.00, 12.20, 12.40, 13.20, 13.40, 14.20, 14.40, 15.20, 15.40, 16.00

Spoken German

Daily at 11.20 & 13.40

Spoken Russian

Daily at 10.20, 11.40, 13.20, 14.40

Spoken French

15.40

Spoken Italian

Daily at 14.20

Spoken Spanish

Daily at 16.20

Spoken Finnish

Daily at 12.40

Spoken Mandarin

Daily at 12.20 & 15.20

About the Vasa film

The Vasa film gives you a unique opportunity to see the interior of the ship.

The audience is taken on a journey through time starting with life in Stockholm in the 17th century, then continuing with the building of the ship, the catastrophe, the finding of the ship by Anders Franzén and finally, the enormous task involved in conserving the largest wooden museum object in the world.

(The film contains scenes which may be unsuitable for young children.)

The film is 17 minutes long.

Film times and language may change at short notice. Please contact the museum’s information desk for the current film schedule.

Vasa