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Below is useful information before your visit to the Vasa Museum.
The Vasa Museum is situated on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm. You can get here by tram, bus and ferry.
There are a limited number of parking spaces available near the museum. Disabled parking is located outside the main entrance of the museum.
Lockers are available for smaller bags. Please do not bring large bags to the museum as there is nowhere to store them.
Prams can be brought into the museum, but should be left outside the restaurant.
Audio guides are available in several languages and can be downloaded to a smartphone or tablet in advance or on-site. The museum has free Wi-Fi.
Guided tours are included in the entrance fee. There are regular tours throughout the day in English and Swedish, with tours in other languages during high season.
The Vasa Museum Restaurant serves hot and cold food, as well as tea and cakes, during museum opening hours.
Visitors who bring their own lunch are welcome to enjoy it in a specially allocated space on the ground floor (level 4).
Toilets are located at the entrance, by the information desk, on the third floor and in the restaurant. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are available at the entrance, next to the cloakroom, and in the restaurant.
For groups of more than nine people, email email@example.com
or call +46 8-519 548 70.
Climate control in the museum
Bring a jumper. To preserve Vasa in the best possible way the temperature must stay at 18-20°C and this can feel chilly when it’s warm outdoors.
Photography and filming
Photography and video recording is permitted in the museum for private purposes only.
Animals are not allowed in the museum. Service animals with a certificate are allowed.
It is not allowed to bring scooters into the museum, either electrical or human powered. There are no storage facilities for scooters.