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Stockholm: Vasa Museum and Vrak Museum Combo Entry Ticket

1. Stockholm: Vasa Museum and Vrak Museum Combo Entry Ticket

Take advantage of a combined entry ticket to visit the iconic Vasa Museum and the newly opened Vrak – Museum of Wrecks in Stockholm. Explore the world's only preserved 17th-century ship and learn about maritime archeology. The Baltic Sea is home to more well-preserved wrecks than anywhere else on earth. Discover their fascinating stories on a visit to the Vrack – Museum of Wrecks. Enjoy interactive digital experiences including film encounters, lifelike VR dives, holograms, and games. Then, head to the Vasa Museum to see the 64-gun warship Vasa that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628. This is the only nearly fully intact 17th-century ship that has ever been salvaged. Walk through 11 interesting exhibitions around the ship and take advantage of the multi-level viewing platforms to admire the well-preserved craftsmanship from different angles. Listen to an audio guide for both the Vrak Museum and the Vasa Museum directly onto your smartphone and hear interesting information as you explore the exhibitions at your own pace. Once you're done, make sure to pop into either museum's well-stocked gift shop offering themed products. Or grab a bite to eat and enjoy a cup of coffee at the  Vrak Café and Bar. In the summertime, the café's outdoor seating offers a view of the Stockholm harbor.

Stockholm Must See: Old Town, Vasa Museum and Boat Ride

2. Stockholm Must See: Old Town, Vasa Museum and Boat Ride

With this tour you will experience the most popular attractions Stockholm has to offer. Learn about the rich history of Stockholm's Old Town with an authorized guide, enjoy a short boat ride to Djurgården and visit the Vasa Museum. All included in the tour price. Meet with your guide at the Slottsbacken Obelisk and enjoy a guided tour through Old Town. Visit iconic places such as the Royal Palace, Stortorget (the Grand Square), the Nobel Prize Museum, Old Town Runestone, Riddarhuset (House of Nobility) and many more. See Stockholm the way it was meant to be seen - from the water. Take a short ferry trip to the Djurgården Isle, on which you will learn about the the old Stockholm Naval Base, the Nordic Museum, the Viking Museum and the Museum of Wrecks, as you pass them by. Finish the tour at the Vasa Museum, where you will enjoy pass-the-line tickets, included in the tour price, and a guided tour of the museum by one of our authorized local guides. Marvel at the amazingly well preserved Vasa ship, the once flagship of the Swedish Navy, and learn about her tragic demise during her maiden voyage.

Stockholm: Vrak Museum of Wrecks Entrance Ticket

3. 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 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. Make sure to visit the well-stocked gift shop offering themed products. Enjoy coffee, drinks and light meals at the Vrak Café & Bar. In the summertime outdoor seating with a view of the Stockholm harbour.

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What people are saying about Vrak - Museum of Wrecks

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 98 reviews

I had a really good experience. Vasa Museum was really interesting, except for the ship there were a lot of other things related to it. The information which written near each exhibition piece was interesting and pretty detailed. Vrack was also interesting, there were a few interactive activities, and for sure worth visiting

Interesting new museum - great mix of informative and interactive - well worth a visit!

It was great - the museum wasn't too crowded and the exhibits were well maintained

a MUST see in Stockholm. compelling story and beautiful presentation

Very nice museums, takes about 4 hours to see everything ❤️