Vasaborgen is a museum with the 16th century ruins of the original Uppsala Castle that Gustav Vasa (also known as Gustav I) began construction on in 1549. Among the ruins, tales of the Vasa kings and their fascinating fate. Gruesome acts were committed here, including the horrible Sture Murders of 1549.
Don't forget to visit Gräsgården, the private garden above the bastion. This is said to be the site of public executions. Vasaborgen can arrange guided tours for groups, companies and organizations. Wedding ceremonies can also be performed in this historic environment.
NOTE: Vasaborgen is a ruin and unfortunately not suitable for disabled people.