Here we have gathered the Naval Museum's most popular activities for children in the exhibitions. Look for the ship dog Pricken and he will show you the way.

About the ship´s dog Pricken:

About the ship´s dog Pricken:

Pricken was a fox terrier who was born in 1952. He was a ship's dog on board the coastal destroyer Magne. Pets could occur on the Navy's ships. The most talked about is dogs. The dogs were like mascots aboard.

  • Row the boat! Can you row a cannon sloop? Give it a try in the exhibition Supremacy in the Baltic.
  • Lower the ship! Try to fire a cannon in the exhibition Supremacy in the Baltic. You have two chances. Can you do it?
  • Ouch! Being injured at sea was really painful. In the exhibition Life on board you can learn more about how injured crewmembers were taken care of. What kind of healthcare did they get?
  • Start the machine! Press the button and see the steam engine start. This steam engine used to be a part of the gunboat Skuld that was launched in 1879. The steam engine is part of the exhibition about the 19th century.
  • True or False? Quiz rounds for children and adults at the museum’s exhibitions.