The Film about Vasa gives a good introduction to Vasa's exciting history. Catch a screening of it to start off your visit at the Vasa museum. 

Hours and languages

The film about Vasa is shown daily in auditorium 1 and 2 at the ground floor. Screenings are in several languages with subtitles.

Auditorium 1

  • Spoken English, Swedish subtitles: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
  • Spoken Swedish, English subtitles: 9.20, 10.20, 11.20, 12.20, 13.20, 15.20, 16.20, 17.20.
  • Spoken Swedish, Swedish subtitles: 14.20
  • Spoken French, English subtitles: 9.40, 11.40, 13.40, 15.40
  • Spoken German, English subtitles: 10.40, 12.40, 14.40, 16.40

Auditorium 2

  • Spoken Polish, English subtitles: 9, 12, 14, 17.20 
  • Spoken Italian, English subtitles: 9.20, 11.20, 13.20, 16
  • Spoken German, English subtitles: 9.40, 11.40, 13.40, 15.40 
  • Spoken Finnish, English subtitles: 10, 12.40, 15, 16.40 
  • Spoken Spanish, English subtitles: 10.20, 12.20, 14.20, 16.20 
  • Spoken French, English subtitles: 10.40, 14.40, 17 
  • Spoken Portuguese, English subtitles: 11, 15.20 
  • Spoken Russian, English subtitles: 13. 

About the film

The film about Vasa tells you about the building of the ship at the Ship Yard, the sinking, about life in Stockholm during the 17th century and the salvage in the 20th century. The film is 17 minutes long and made by Anders Wahlgren.