Welcome to the Vasa Museum

Opening hours

Monday - Sunday:

10 – 17

The museum is open daily.


10 - 20



170 SEK

Payment by card only. Tickets can be bought at the entrance or online. Pre-purchased tickets do not give priority in queue.

Combo Ticket: Vasa +Vrak

290 SEK

18 years and under: 

Free of charge

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Visit the Vasa Museum

Here's everything you need to know before and during your visit at the Vasa Museum. The museum is open daily 10-17, Wednesdays 10-20. 

Combo ticket: 290 SEK

Two Museums - one ticket. Visit our sister museum Vrak - Museum of Wrecks, close to Vasa at Djurgården. 

Research & preservation

Support Vasa

Help us preserve Vasa for future visitors. The ship needs a new support structure to keep it from sinking under its own weight.


Coming soon: Brick Wrecks

Sunken ships in LEGO®-bricks at the Vasa Museum. Exhibiton will open on February 7. 

Kids & family

Vasa's story on your phone

Join Olof, a young boy who gets to work at the shipyard where Vasa was bulit, in our new audio guide for children.

Link to the Vasa Museum Shop
Museum Shop

Museum shop

Welcome to the Museum shop! 13–15 December, the Vasa Museum's shop offers a 25% discount on all products. The shop is stocked with products that all revolve around Vasa. Many of the products are unique to the Vasa Museum and are replicas of objects found on board. 


Film about Vasa

Vasa's story: How she was built, sunk and was salvaged. Shown daily at the museum.

En kvinna håller fram Vasamuseets två olika årskort, årskort guld och silver.
Om Vasamuseet

Friends of the Vasa museum

Support our musuem by joining our members.

Kids & family

Children and families

The story of the king’s beautiful, yet terrifying ship, which sank on its maiden voyage in 1628 and lay at the bottom of sea for hundreds of years, fascinates people of all ages. Explore the world of Vasa together.


On board Vasa

Come with our director of research on board the ship Vasa. 

Link to the audio guide

Audio guide

15 soundtracks telling the history of Vasa.

Link to the Vasa Museum Restaurant

Hungry for fika?

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. 

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