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Climb on board the ships!

We visited some of the ships that are in the dock. I’m not sure if they are part of the maritime... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom

Sankt Erik is Sweden's first seafaring icebreaker. Built Finnboda shipyard and was launched in... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2018
Manuel P
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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24 Djurgaardsbrunnsvaegen, Stockholm 115 27, Sweden
Djurgården & Djurgårdsbrunn
+46 8 519 549 00
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited some of the ships that are in the dock. I’m not sure if they are part of the maritime museum, or not. But I really enjoyed looking around them. There is loads of information on board, and some of the rooms are set...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

the ship models in this museum are rather large like 6-8 feet long. It is amazing how much detail you can really see withodels this big. A similar museum in Amsterdam had much smaller models.

Thank Pittsburgh_Lazer
Reviewed 12 July 2018

Sankt Erik is Sweden's first seafaring icebreaker. Built Finnboda shipyard and was launched in 1915. Was removed from service in 1977 and has been a museum ship since 1980. Very interesting ship to see.

Thank Manuel P
Reviewed 6 July 2018

The Museum Pier is situated opposite the Vasa Museum and is part of the state Maritime Museum. I could find no mention of this attraction in my guidebook and it came as rather a nice surprise to find that I could clamber around and explore...More

Thank CalBristol
Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

This is a review for the ships that you can visit, next to the Vasa Museum. The largest and most interesting is the icebreaker Sankt Erik. You can through the entire ship, which is more than 100 years old and still in working condition. Don’t...More

Thank GlobetrottingSwede
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Being something of a naval historian by avocation at least, we found this to be a great museum of Swedish naval and maritime history. There is a nice temporary exhibit on the Swedish East India Company on the first floor, balanced by an outstanding model...More

Thank interceptpubs
Reviewed 18 May 2018 via mobile

Not sure why there are poor reviews- this is a museum of maritime history. That's what the promise (and it is no charge to visit) and that is what you get. Many fantastically detailed models of many ships through history. Detailed info on the long...More

Thank J_travelB
Reviewed 4 May 2018

When I came there as a child there was an anti-aircraft gun in place - now it was no more. When I tried to read up on the ships' models present I found the written information lacking, incomplete, very inadequate and not telling each model's...More

Thank HenriqueIndo
Reviewed 18 February 2018

My wife and I stopped in at the Maritime Museum on a rainy Sunday afternoon after attending the symphony concert at the adjoining amphitheater. The exhibits were interesting, but were not overly interesting. It has free admission, which is a plus in a very expensive...More

Thank Razorfish
Reviewed 30 January 2018

Sometimes one visits newly renovated museums and can't help but think that this place was probably more interesting before. This was the case with the Sjöhistoriska museet. The museum seems to have forgotten that not all visitors are kids...I found some of the museum signs...More

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Djurgarden & Djurgardsbrunn
The island of Djurgården and its northern mainland
extension, Djurgårdsbrunn, impress with a mix of
nature and an abundance of museums, while being
located in walking distance to Stockholm’s city
center. Djurgården not only invites visitors to take
endless walks through a beautiful park landscape
without having to leave the city, but also offers an
incredible range of entertainment facilities, such as
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Richard L
9 June 2016|
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You can take bus 69 from central station to Museiparken . google for "buss 69 open street map" to see all stops on a map