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There isn't much to this museum, but the two floors that do the heavy lifting about the sunken war ship Kronan are very cool, especially if you are a SCUBA diver. Definitely worth visiting, especially when the castle is closed.
Visiting museum in small tourist group in time, when usually museum is closed and a special guided tour by the employee of this museum made this visit very special.
The biggest exhibition presents the warship “Kronan” that sank at the south coast of Öland 1676....More
We started with lunch on the fourth floor, and worked our way down from there. Good value meal and access to smorgasbord, with views of the harbour. There is an exhibition on the same floor of a Swedish artist which was interesting although as others...More
The museum offers an insight into life back in the days and is a perfect activity for those that are interested in history. The main exhibit is about Regalskeppet Kronan that perished due to bad choices of the Captain. They also hace contemporary exhibits and...More
We visited attracted by the Konan exhibit. On the third floor of 4, this was well done and created a sense of the personal stories of those on-board from the artefacts recovered from the wreck site so far. Explanations in English just enough to retain...More
Not so much a county museum as a museum about the 17th-century warship Kronan. 4 floors of exhibitions where the top floor is mainly a restaurant, the 1st floor - the entrance and shop, the 2nd-floor playground and temporary exhibitions and then the absolute highlight...More
If you haven't been here before then maybe go. You can see remanings from the vessel " Kronan". The exhibitions feels a bit out of date. Not sure if they would be interesting enough for young kids and not appealing for grown ups either really
This museum has a delightful exhibit on the prolific Swedish painter Jenny Nystrom. Her family willed her entire collection of work, and many artifacts of her life, to the museum. She popularized the Swedish Tomten elf with her charming book and card illustrations. There's a...More