Entry ticket

Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket

Activity provider: SMTM

Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket

Activity provider: SMTM

From US$ 16.24 per person

Explore the Vasa Museum at your own pace and with ease by buying your ticket in advance. Be awed by the world’s only intact 17th-century warship.

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English, Finnish, Persian, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Somali, Chinese, Korean, Hindi, Japanese, Ukrainian, Arabic, Polish, Russian, Italian, French, Spanish, German
Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Visit one of Stockholm’s most iconic landmarks
  • Admire Vasa up close from 6 different floors
  • Enjoy access to 11 exhibitions at the Vasa Museum
  • Play the audio guide available which is in multiple languages on your own device
  • Learn about the history of the Vasa during an exciting 17-minute documentary
Full description
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.
Includes
  • Ticket
  • Audio guide (on own device)
  • Wi-fi
  • All permanent and temporary exhibitions
  • Documentary movie screening
  • Food and drinks (available to purchase at the attraction)

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What to bring

  • Headphones
  • Charged Smartphone

Know before you go

  • Opening daily 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (subject to change)
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 904 reviews

Review summary

  • Value for money
    4.6/5
  • Service
    4.9/5

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It was a great experience a must do if you are visiting Stockholm. Elsa (unfortunately not an ice princess) did a tour in English which was fantastic! She shared loads of information that I would have probably missed walking around on my own. The cafe was good, we stopped for a cup of tea and a cake. There are lockers to leave your belongings if you needed to, we did not, but a great service. Fantastic visit.

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January 2, 2023

Highly recommended! The ship is magnificent and you can see it from every angle across multiple floors. The museum is also very well organised, and there are other artifacts on display related to the ship and the story behind it. Would suggest to visit early in the morning, as it can get very crowded around noon and in the afternoon.

January 2, 2023

It is very impressive when you enter the great hall and stand in front of this colossus of a ship. The whole museum is practically laid out around the ship. The floors are at the level of the ship floors and give an impression of the interior and exterior. The replicas of the ship's rooms and the depictions of the glorifying or provocative wooden figures that adorned the railing were particularly worth seeing. On the ground floor, in small adjoining rooms, you get an impression of the fatal royal origin story, the context before the Thirty Years' War and the complex salvage work. The content is modern and interactive, so you get a feel for the time and the work. Also of interest is a room that illuminates the role of women in the 17th century/in shipping and comes up with astonishing insights. All in all, a museum worth seeing that you can/should visit with relatives and friends of all ages.

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December 20, 2022

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