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

Films

"Everybody wants to solve a mystery, don´t they?.” Researcher Ruth Rhynas Brown is looking for Vasa’s lost cannon.
In May 2019, the Swedish Navy ship HMS Belos took part in the search for Vasa's lost cannon.
Martin Jakobsson, professor of marine geology and geophysics, searches for Vasa's lost cannon with marine archeologist Jim Hansson.
Explore the ship with Fred Hocker, Head of Research.
Explore the ship with Fred Hocker, Head of Research.
Explore the ship with Fred Hocker, Head of Research.
Explore the ship with Fred Hocker, Head of Research.

Preservation

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Because of work on board the carpenters at the Vasa Museum had to move the deck planks - they have not been moved for hundreds of years.
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The ships foremast is leaning. Vasa Museum researchers have taken the help of outside researchers to find out why - and how to save it.

Objects

The hull is conserved with PEG. Photo: Vasamuseet
Archaeological investigations. Photo: Vasamuseet
Anders Franzen gets up black oak from Vasa in his homemade coring device. Photo: Vasamuseet
Diving on Vasa. Photo: Vasamuseet
Film from the salvage of Vasa. Photo: Vasamuseet