The Vasa Museum is closed until further notice to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus

Thursday 4 June

Help the Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum is in urgent need of support. There are several ways to help the museum.

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The Vasa Museum

The Vasa ship 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 best preserved 17th century ship and the most visited museum in Scandinavia.

News

Film

Film archive

Dive into our film archive and explore the world of Vasa!

Visit the museum from home

Join us on a journey of discovery online with riveting stories and fascinating tours from the guides, researchers and scientists, technicians and teachers at Vasa Museum.

Help the Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum is in urgent need of support. There are several ways to help the museum.

Museum Shop

The museum shop

At the Vasa Museum, you will find gifts that spark an interest in history. Among other items, the shop contains replicas of a blue and white faience dish, cannons and brass candlesticks salvaged from the ship. 

Link to the Vasa museum shop
Listen

Audioguide

15 soundtracks telling the history of Vasa.

Up Close

Learn more about Vasa’s sculptures and their message, and about how Vasa was intended to be sailed and used in battle.