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* '''Vasa Museum''' ('''''Vasamuseet'''''), Galärvarvsvägen 14 (''tram from T-Centralen, bus 44 from T Karlaplan or the Djurgården ferry from Slussen or Nybroplan''), +46 8-519 548 00 [http://www.vasamuseet.se/]. Open daily 8:30AM-6PM Jun-Aug, 10AM-5PM (W 10AM-8PM) Sep-May. The Vasa Museum features Vasa, an original warship from 1628 which sank just after being launched. Retrieved from the water in 1961, the ship is almost wholly preserved and is the only one of its kind and quality in the world. A must-see, especially since it is uncertain whether current methods of preservation will be able to maintain her condition in years to come. Adults 110SEK, Students 80SEK, children up to 17 free. There are adequate lifts to enable those less physically fit to see all levels of the ship.
* '''Skansen''', main entrance from Djurgårdsvägen (''tram from T-Centralen, bus 44 from T Karlaplan or the Djurgården ferry from Slussen or Nybroplan''), +46 8 442 80 00 [http://www.skansen.se/eng/]. Open daily 10AM-8PM 1 May-20 Jun, 10AM-10PM 21 Jun-31 Aug, shorter hours the rest of the year, but always at least 10AM-3PM. The first open-air museum in the world, as well as a zoological garden specializing in Nordic fauna, such as moose, reindeer, bear, wolf, lynx and wolverine. Located on the island of Djurgården it features over 150 historic buildings from previous centuries. Hosts and hostesses in historic costumes further enhance this attraction, and domestic occupations such as weaving, spinning, and glass blowing are demonstrated. The Skansen area is fairly large (700 meters across) with steep slopes and limited public transportation, so be prepared for long walks. There is also an "aquarium" [http://www.skansen-akvariet.se/] (not included in the entrance fee) with tropical animals such as lemurs, monkeys, snakes, spiders, fish and Cuban Crocodiles. Adults 120 SEK children 50 SEK Jun-Aug, lower other times of the year but with less animals. The aquarium: Adults
[[Image:Mus.jpg|thumb|In Skansen Museum]]