Maritime Museum, Stockholm

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Maritime Museum, Stockholm - Address, Phone Number

Address: Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 24, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden

Phone: +46-851954900

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Sweden’s naval history is so huge that they need at least three museums just to cover it all properly. This museum, housed in a 18th century neoclassical building, focuses on merchant shipping and shipbuilding. And that’s still not enough - this complex only has a plethora of objects, drawings and photos. The boats themselves are outside of Vasa Museum. The collection includes historical ships, various types of boats, marine archaeology artifacts, maps, books, globes. At least there’s a nice restaurant with a great view. The exhibit on the Swedish East India Company is great too. Check out the bronze statue of a sailor outside the museum - it commemorates the sailors who died in WWII. In the summertime, the park outside the museum turns into a concert venue.

Maritime Museum Information

  • Paid parking available.

Maritime Museum Ticket Prices

  • Audio Guide: SEK 40

How To reach Maritime Museum by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Buses 68, 69 stop Museiparken

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  • The museum was amazing! I don't know much about the subject, but the exhibition was so well planned, that I would recommend it to anyone! And it was free!

  • It was a very interesting museum! It had a great many beuatiful exhibits!

  • Liked it a lot. Very interesting things to watch and do. Also a lot of things to do for kids.

  • A fantastic museum dedicated to Swedish marine history. It's has free entry for public. I find both the permanent and temporary exhibitions most interesting. Their is a children play area with great ships installed and a large picnic room with microwave ovens installed. I always have a great family day at this museum.

  • Good museum. love the mock up of the ship in the entry way.

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