This is how museums should be! Fascinating building. Built around the Wasa after it had been raised from the seabed 300 years after its disastrous maiden voyage, the museum is broken down into fascinating smaller exhibitions on lots of different aspects of the ship, men, rations, sleeping quarters, general era, sailing, world events etc. all presented in an engaging and user friendly way. Kids around me seemed delighted too with plenty to get heir hands on.
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