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Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket

1. Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket

Make your visit to the royal flagship Vasa on the island of Djurgården easier by buying your ticket in advance. See 11 exhibits and find out why the Vasa sank in Stockholm harbor in 1628 on its maiden voyage before it ever went to war. Show your admission ticket at the ticket counter and head straight inside to explore the museum. Start your tour with the documentary to get to know the ship. Then walk through 11 interesting exhibitions placed around the boat at your own pace. Take advantage of the multi-level exhibitions and viewing platforms to admire the well-preserved craftmanship of the ship from different angles. Stop at the restaurant or café on the ground floor for a break to contemplate what you have learned. On the way out, visit the museum shop for souvenirs.

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Stockholm: All-Inclusive City Pass with 45+ Attractions

2. Stockholm: All-Inclusive City Pass with 45+ Attractions

Discover Stockholm with an all-inclusive pass and visit as many attractions as you like for 1 to 5 days. This handy digital pass has got you covered with over 45 handpicked museums, historical sites, boat tours, and a sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus. Simply choose your pass duration from 1, 2, 3, or 5 days, download it to your mobile device, and present it at each attraction or tour for entry. Enjoy the freedom to choose what to do, when you want with no need to pre-choose attractions or tours. Step back in time at the Vasa Museum or explore the Royal Drottningholm Theatre and its beautiful gardens. Take a guided boat cruise around the Archipelago, discover a century of Nobel laureates at the Nobel Prize Museum, and much more.

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Stockholm: Old Town, Djurgården Island & Vasa Museum

3. Stockholm: Old Town, Djurgården Island & Vasa Museum

Your tour begins at Stortorget, the main square of Old Town. Hear legends and stories about the city and the people that used to lived here. You’ll walk past some of the best-known landmarks of the area, such as the Royal Palace, the Coronation Church, and the statue of St. George and the Dragon. If you have chosen this option, board the Djurgården ferry for the short trip to the island of Djurgården. On the way you’ll be able to see parts of Stockholm from the water, including Old Town and the island of Södermalm. Stop at the Vasa Museum, the most visited maritime museum in the world. Marvel at the nearly 400-year-old wooden ship that is remarkably intact despite being under water for more than 300 years. Enjoy a 30-minute tour of the museum, which will be the end of the guided tour.

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Stockholm: Vrak Museum of Wrecks Entrance Ticket

4. Stockholm: Vrak Museum of Wrecks Entrance Ticket

Embark on an exciting historical journey at the Vrak Museum of Wrecks. Go on a deep dive among wrecks and remains from the Baltic Sea. Explore five exhibitions as you learn about the fascinating history of this region. Enjoy interactive digital experiences, such as enclosed film encounters, lifelike VR-dives, holograms, and games. Change the way you look at the Baltic Sea with a visit to the Vrak Museum of Wrecks.

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Stockholm: Old Town & Vasa Museum Skip-the-Line Private Tour

5. Stockholm: Old Town & Vasa Museum Skip-the-Line Private Tour

Discover Stockholm's old town and enjoy priority access to its Vasa Museum on a combined tour. In just 2.5 hours you’ll take in the city’s most popular sights. On your guided walk through the old town you’ll learn how and why the Nobel Prize came to be, and where the Royal Family actually lives. You guide will also tell you what the residents used to do with their garbage, how narrow the narrowest alley in Stockholm is, how many live in the old town, and what the cost of living is there. Next you’ll board a ferry to the island of Djurgården. Enjoy spectacular views of Stockholm from the water, and en route you'll come to understand why Stockholm is sometimes referred to as the Venice of the North. Visit the Vasa Museum and discover how a ship that spent 333 years on the bottom of the sea could be so well preserved, how many people died as the ship sank, who was punished for this failure, and how it was salvaged. Learn all this and more and have your questions answered during a tour of the Museum. Once your tour has finished, you’re welcome to stay on longer to check out the exhibitions and watch a film about the Vasa.

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What people are saying about Stockholm

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,440 reviews

Fantastic museum - in my view a 'must see' in Stockholm. Vasa is spectacular. All the additional information (personal items, information on the sinking etc) fascinating. Expected to spend an hour there but ended up being there for 2.5 hours.

We had our boys of 12 and 15 years with us and they were deeply fascinated. It was incredibly exciting, and we made use of both the auditory narrative, the set up tablets and the 20 min long film about Vasa. Incredibly exciting experience!

Simply the best museum I have ever been to. It is beyond belief and a ‘must do’ Stockholm experience !

Definitely to be recommended! A must if you are in Stockholm.

Very impressive museum! We spend 4 interesting hours there.