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Vasa Museum

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Currently Closed Open on Mon-Fri,10:00am-5:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: Galärvarvsvägen 14, 115 21 Stockholm
Phone: +46-8-51954880

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Visited during Christmas Day December 19, the Vasa Shipwreck Museum was my favorite Swedish attraction. First of all, of course, our main character was the shipwreck. The sunken ship is about 1st to 4th floor so the space inside the museum is half sunken and the other half is 5 floors of buildings, very well designed and each floor has a general theme to understand the ship while standing at different heights to watch its ornate hulls There is a screening hall in the building, which rotates the documentary film of the shipwreck in different languages every day. There is a program at the door, you can see the time of the documentary film in each language. I am very lucky to be in the door just in time for the Chinese commentary to be shown! The second floor is the display of relics salvaged, the life items of the boatmen, entertainment items, etc. ~ the third floor is the cabin that was restored according to the deck structure at that time 1:1, there are the bottom laborers, and there are also relatively advanced boxes ~ the fourth floor is a little don't remember... There is a souvenir shop at the exit, and I bought some accompanying gifts from the museum of the shipwreck. It is very memorable. But I don't know if it is the smell of antiseptic paint or the ventilation of the museum is not very good. Although the space is quite large, I still have a little depression and dizziness after a long time.



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Say "Hej!" to the seven seas at Stockholm's Vasamuseet, home of the warship Vasa, the most complete seventeenth century ship ever salvaged. Scandinavia's most visited museum, the Vasamuseet offers exhibits on maritime history and Scandinavia in the seventeenth century. Although the Vasa sunk during her maiden voyage in 1628 and spent over three hundred years under water, much of the warship has been restored and is now on display in this building, itself a destination for architecture buffs. Take a 25 minute guided tour around the Vasa's impressive hull, watch a film to learn about the archaeological processes that saved her or simply wonder at the trajectory of Scandinavian maritime history at this unique museum.
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