The Vasa Museum in Stockholm, Sweden 4 101
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The Vasa Museum is the place where the only almost fully survived war-ship from the 17th century is exhibited. The Vasa Ship, named after the ruling dynasty, went down during the first departure to the Baltic see in 1628 and was raised in 1961. The ship was reconstructed and the museum was built around her. Excursions are held at the museum and films showing the history of the ship are shown. There is a restaurant at the museum. Visitors 19 or younger get into the museum for free.
This review is about family things to do with kids in Stockholm: sights, activities, entertainment, kids-friendly museums and more. Some of these places are accessible year round, while others are only open in the summer. All prices in this review are valid as of February 2013 and listed in Swedish kronas.