Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket
- Valid: 1 day
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.
went there with the app ticket and they asked me to show where I bought the ticket, it worked perfectly
Fotografiska is a popular meeting point not only for its exhibitions featuring the work of world renown photographers but also for the fantastic views and great food. Previous exhibitions include Annie Leibovitz, Robert Mapplethorpe, Sarah Moon, Sally Mann, Anton Corbijn, and Albert Watson. Fotografiska also offers workshops, courses in photography, live gigs, and much more. Enjoy world-class photography exhibitions, grab a coffee or lunch at the bistro and award-winning restaurant. Admire amazing city views and hang out with the Studio Live music sessions till late in the night with drinks from the bar.
Amazing experience among the best photographers of the world. Really impressive, the pictures on the wall at the entrance, not too much indicated for kids...
Jump back to the 10th century and experience the fabled Viking era as if you were really there. Through hourly tours, conducted in either English or Swedish, get a real impression of what life was like for the Vikings — from bloody battles and vicious plundering, to idyllic farm life and a complex system of religious belief. You’ll even come face to face with a model of life-sized Viking, created using DNA recovered from centuries-old remains, along with countless other artifacts and impressive reconstructions. Hop on the thrilling ride, Ragfrid’s Saga, to get a real taste of a Viking’s daily life, told from the perspective of a Viking warrior’s wife. To cap it all off, grab a bite at Glöd, the museum’s modern Nordic restaurant, with sweeping views of the Stockholm harbor.
The museum is located in a beautiful spot. The exhibition is interesting and the ride is great. The staff is nice and friendly. There's also a nice shop and cafe. Altogether a worthwhile experience!
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.
Caroline was excellent,one guide did not turn up so she took us all. She was amazing the best we have ever had and well worth doing. She was very knowledgeable and very helpful to all. Well done a great experience. Please thank her as she did your company proud Cheers Brian Girdlestone
Immerse yourself in Stockholm's vibrant underground art scene on this tour. Meet your friendly guide at Kungsträdgården station then set off on your journey of exploration. Travel along the blue and red lines to discover the artistic wonders of each station, with artwork dating back to 1957. Throughout the tour, listen to your guide’s fascinating insight into public art in Sweden, learn why there is art in the subway, and how the art was chosen. At the first station, gain an overview of Stockholm's subway art and admire the station's unique cave-style walls that were installed in the 1970s. At each stop, uncover the stories of the artists who worked alongside architects to create the fascinating cave stations you see today. Each piece has been designed to create complete environments rather than individual artworks. By the end of the tour, you’ll have a deeper appreciation for Stockhol...
Voted one of the most beautiful city parks in the world, the island of Djurgården has been in the possession of the royal family since the 15th century. A unique green space in Stockholm, it holds many of the city’s most famous museums and cultural attractions including the Vasa Museum, Gröna Lund, Abba Museum, and Skansen, to name a few. Part of the Royal National City Park, Djurgården boasts its own amusement park, an open-air museum as well as extensive stretches of forest and meadows. Dive into its 400-year tradition as a paradise for recreation and entertainment and discover why over 10 million visitors come to discover this park each year.
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...
Enjoy your own private car tour with a driver/live guide. Throughout your tour, you can learn about both the city and Sweden in general. You will be able to tailor the topics of the tour by talking to your guide, as this tour is completely personalized. Included in your tour is a visit to the Vasa Museum, where you will be given a guided tour and some time in the museum on your own. Among some of the other sites you will visit will be a slow drive over the Western Bridge, which will provide you with scenery over Stockholm. You will spend 45 minutes in the Old Town, with this tour suiting anyone who wishes to receive a dense and information-packed tour in the capital of Sweden. Sights that you will see are the Royal Palace, the Old Town, the Vasa Museum, the Diplomatic City, Södermalm, östermalm, various churches, City Hall, and more.
Meet your guide and after a brief safety lesson and a practice go, strap on your helmet, step on your Segway, and prepare to zoom around this royal island. With your feet steady on the Segway and the wind blowing in your hair, stop to hear tales about the Royal National City Park, the many museums on the island, the history of the Swedes and their way of life. On the western side of the island, see some of the city's most popular attractions including The Vasa Museum, the Gröna Lund amusement park, and the open-air museum of Skansen. As you travel further eastward on the island, leave the paved city lanes behind and roll along the quiet dirt paths, getting closer to nature. Try to spot a Swede in their natural habitat - the great outdoors! Enjoy the opportunity to explore areas you wouldn't usually get to on foot. Try to spot animals such as birds, horses, cows, and sheep. By the tim...
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Informative, exciting and very much to see. Had been good with a guided tour as it was so big that it almost became difficult to navigate on your own. Alternatively a map to follow. Wished we had more time to walk around. According to daughter nine years so the best day so far on summer vacation!
Just a nice experience. Everything true to nature, relaxing for the soul! I can only recommend a visit to Skansen to anyone who wants to get to know old Sweden.
Really worth a visit. We spent 2 hours there and were very impressed. Bring a jacket as it’s chilly inside.
Very exciting ! If you are in Stockholm you have to see this.
Great ship! Very interesting piece of the Swedish history.