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One of the favourite museums I have been to, a true triumph. Get there at least two hours earlier than you thought you would need so you can take your time and soak it in - it's a real 15th century longboat, you can peek inside from the balcony and see the actual boards these people stood on, and on the ground floor there are some of the skeletal remains of the very people who walked on said boards - it's incredible!!!!
Vasa is a ship that sunk in 17th century and was conserved in the mud, which allowed to salvage it at our days almost intact. I was amazed. You can view it from outside at different levels from the bottom to the top. There also cloth, shoes, dishes and many more items from the chests of the crew and scientifically restored appearances of the men and women drowned with the ship, they're made so natural that you can't believe that they aren't alive. I'd definitely recommend to visit.
I have about zero interests in ship ---- the Vasa Museum is an absolute must! The history, museum and resurrected ship are incredible! Perfect for solo travelers, couples, families, teens, anyone. Really, really cool.
It was amazing! I went there twice! And I even bought a hoodie when I was there the first time and I just end up living in that hoodie for like 3-2 weeks hehe I really felt in love with this museum!😍💙
Brilliant ...very interesting and well presented ... one of those places you do not very often get to see ... truly incredible work in the initial raising of the Vasa and it’s continuing restoration and preservation.
i have never before been in a museum quite like this one and i think it will be very hard to beat. it was my very first port of call on reaching stockholm literally just off the tallin ferry. the spectacle of an ancient swedish warship being sucessfully refloated after several centuries from its muddy grave was truly.awsome and well worth the baltic sea detour.to true travellers its unique and unmisseable.hope others enjoy as much as i did. g. daly.
The location was great especially because the weather was super and we had just spent two nights on Gamla Stan. We loved the proximity to the water, the green lawn, the free bikes to explore Djurgarten and get to the Vasa museum. Great breakfast too.
The hotel was modern and located in centrally with easy access to the subway and downtown attractions. It only took me 30 minutes to walk from the Vasa museum.
Really good breakfast. The location is close to the center about 20 min walking by a main street to the Royal Palace and 30 min to Vasa Museum.
Wonderful Vasa museum is a must to visit, if only the one.