• Only on the All-Inclusive Pass
  • Cultural & historical sites
    Indoors
    Family-friendly
      SEK 190.00
      /person normally
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      Only on the All-Inclusive Pass

      This attraction is available on the All-Inclusive Pass, but not the Explorer Pass.

    What you'll do

    See the world's best-preserved 17th-century warship at the Vasa Museum.

    Step back in time at the Vasa Museum with Go City®

    • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
    • Explore the most popular museum in Scandinavia.
    • Enjoy informative exhibits about the ship's past, sinking, and recovery operation.

    Visit the Vasa Museum and experience one of the biggest cultural attractions in Stockholm, Sweden - the warship Vasa - which sank in 1628 on its maiden voyage from Stockholm. Learn about the history of the ship through fascinating exhibitions and see the restored wreck that was salvaged from beneath the water.

    Along with incredibly detailed exhibitions, you can join a guided tour and learn about the sinking of this magnificent ship, the years it took to salvage it, and then the long restoration process to turn Vasa into what we see today.

    While you're here, stop off at the museum's cool café and enjoy Fika (the Swedish concept of unwinding with a coffee and cake) afterwards.

    Exhibitions

    Life on Board: take a look at historic artefacts retrieved from Vasa, which will help to paint a picture of daily life aboard the warship. 

    The Salvaging: Vasa was rediscovered in 1956, and this exhibition documents the process of resurfacing this colossal vessel. 

    Preserve Vasa: explore the science behind the ship's preservation and the world-leading research into counteracting decomposition. 

    Did you know

    • The battleship Vasa sank in 1628 after just sailing just over 1300m.
    • She lay below the surface for 333 years until being discovered by Anders Franzén and salvaged in 1961.
    • Some blame King Gustav II Adolf for the disaster, who ordered a large ship with too many heavy-caliber cannons for the ship’s dimensions. Others blame Master shipwright Henrik Hybertsson who was inexperienced at building ships with two gundecks.

    You can easily reach the Vasa Museum via Stockholm public transport.

    Experience The Vasa Museum and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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    Know before you go

    Getting in: show your pass at the entrance, and you're in!

    For more information visit the Vasa Museum website.
     

    Where you'll be

    Map of location of attraction

    Galärvarvsvägen 14,, Stockholm, SE

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    Operating hours

    September – May
    Daily: 10AM - 5PM (Wednesdays until 8PM)

    June – August
    Daily: 08:30AM – 6PM

    Visit the Vasa Museum's website for the most up-to-date opening hours.

    Closings & holidays

    24 December 

    25 December 

    31 December: 10AM - 3PM

    The Vasa Museum

    + 46 8 519 548 00

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    Plans can change, we get it. All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days from your purchase date.

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