People watching the film about Vasa.

Start your visit with the film about Vasa.

The film gives you a good introduction to Vasa's exciting history. It tells you about the building of the ship at the Ship Yard and the sinking. About life in Stockholm during the 17th century and the salvage of Vasa.

Note: The film contains scenes which may be unpleasant for children.

The film is created by Anders Wahlgren and is 17 minutes long.

Film screenings June 1 - August 31

Spoken English
9.00 AM, 9.40 AM, 11.00 AM, 1.00 PM, 1.40 PM, 3.00 PM, 3.40 PM, 4.20 PM, 5.20 PM

English text
9.00 AM, 9.20 AM, 9.40 AM, 10.00 AM,10.20 AM, 10.40 AM, 11.00 AM, 11.20 AM, 11.40 AM, 12.00 PM, 12.20 PM, 12.40 PM, 1.00 PM, 1.20 PM, 1.40 PM, 2.00 PM, 2.20 PM, 2.40 PM, 3.00 PM, 3.20 PM, 3.40 PM, 4.00 PM, 4.20 PM, 4.40 PM, 5.00 PM, 5.20 PM

Spoken Swedish
9.00 AM, 10.20 AM, 11.40 AM, 12.00 PM, 12.40 PM, 2.00 PM, 2.40 PM, 4.00 PM, 5.00 PM

Swedish text
9.00 AM, 9.40 AM, 11.00 AM, 1.00 PM, 1.40 PM, 2.00 PM, 3.00 PM, 3.40 PM, 4.20 PM, 5.20 PM

Spoken Finnish
10.20 AM, 12.40 PM, 3.00 PM

Spoken French
10.40 AM, 2.00 PM, 3.40 PM

Spoken Italian
10,00 AM, 11.40 AM, 2.20 PM, 5.20 PM

Spoken Chinese
9.40 AM, 12.20 PM, 1.20 PM, 3.20 PM

Spoken Russian
11.00 AM, 1.20 PM, 4.20 PM

Spoken Spanish
10.00 AM, 11.20 AM, 2.40 PM, 4.00 PM, 4.40 PM

Spoken German
9.20 AM, 10.40 AM, 1.00 PM, 1.40 PM, 3.20 PM, 5.00 PM

Spoken Korean
9.20 AM, 2.20 PM

Spoken Japanese
12.00 PM

Spoken Portugese
12.20 PM

Spoken Polish
11.20 AM, 2.40 PM