A visit to the Vasa, which houses ten separate exhibitions, is a day out in itself.
Skansen, the world's oldest open-air museum, is a historic village made up of houses and farmsteads from all over Sweden, representing both rural and urban culture at various periods from 1720 to the 1960s.
However, the Swedes suffered a heavy defeat during the Battle of Öland, but months later they recorded a victory during the Seocnd Battle of Svenskund and soon after a treaty was signed to end the conflict.
With its rich history and varied landscapes, Sweden is a traveler's paradise.
If you love the outdoors, it's certainly hard to beat.
The air and water are crystal clean, and there are thousands of acres of unspoiled forests and majestic lakes to explore, not to mention vast archipelagos along its coasts.
Sweden's tourist attractions range from opulent palaces and ancient towns to vast Arctic landscapes and the famed Ice Hotel.
Canoe and bicycle hire are also available if you're feeling energetic.
The 18th-century Palace Theatre (Drottningholms Slottsteater) is still used for performances during the summer months.
In the Theatre Museum, you can see period stage costumes and stage scenery.
Its charm is in the architecture along its narrow stone-paved lanes and around its squares, especially the main one, Stortorget, surrounded by old merchants' houses.
In this neighborhood, along with plenty of shops, restaurants, and tea rooms, you'll find the Nobel Museum, the Post Museum, the Royal Coin Cabinet, and several churches.