We went to the Vasa museum yesterday. A lot of museums take a wide topic and pack in everything. The Vasa is more my style. It's about one thing: a massive, pimped-out ship that sank about three minutes into its maiden voyage but couldn't be found for three hundred years.
At other museums, I mostly learn how much I don't know. At the Vasa, you get it. You walk around and look at the vessel. When you get tired there's more than one section to sit and stare at the vessel. You get the story of the disaster, the discovery and the restoration. The only thing I don't get is why in a corner of the museum there's a picture of Arnold.