Visited the Maritime Museum on our recent trip to Gothenburg. Really enjoyed it especially the navy ship and submarine. Would recommend to all.
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Unlike other museums, Maritiman encourages you touching items on their ships and really getting hands on! We went there and had Johannes as our tour guide for 40 minutes. During that time, he talked about a number of ships without boring anyone and making great...More
If you like ships and the sea, you will find this interesting. It's a floating ship museum, including a fireboat, a destroyer and a WWII submarine. Great fun, but may be time for them to add a ship or two to the exhibit, maybe something...More
A well preserved set of ships and submarine. All of them are in the same area and you can visit them one after the other. You are free to wonder at your own pace. Depending on when you visit, some ships may be inaccessible due...More
Well preserved ships and submaris. All of them in the same area to be visited one after one. Interesting and Learning place.
My husband and son visited the „Maritiman“ while my daughter and I walked the city. Both told me this museum is worth to visit but all provided information where written in Swedish! No translation in English or Other languages. That‘s a pity! Very interesting to...More
Really interesting museum and you should count to spend here at least couple hours. You can visit quite a few different boats, even one under water :). There are tours in english included in the price - just check the time in advance. Ticket price...More
I went as they were repairing some of the vessels so the inside of the cargo vessel and the Tugboat were not allowed to be visited, yet all the rest were able to be entered. We started by downloading the free tour so we could...More
Time traveling some years back and role playing in the war ship and submarine on the Maritiman is a must! You can guide yourself following the self-tour signs inside the ships, which are much bigger than they seem to be. Get to know the inside...More
The 19 vessels claim is kind of inaccurate. The only large vessel is actually the war ship (can't really remember the name), and the rest that are made available for visitors' access are actually the small ships, and I am pretty sure I can count...More