Vrak – Museum of Wrecks

Dive deep into the secrets of the Baltic Sea!

Vrak takes you on a deep dive among the wrecks and remains of the Baltic Sea. The museum is located on the beautiful Royal Djurgården in Stockholm, with former shipyards, shipwrecks and the Baltic Sea itself just around the corner.

On the bottom of the Baltic Sea lies much of the world’s greatest cultural heritage. It is time to bring these wrecks and finds to the surface in a new museum. The functionalist architect Paul Hedqvist designed the boat hangar from the 1940s that now houses the museum.

In Vrak’s museum shop at Djurgården, you will meet craftsmanship and quality. An assortment that is hand-picked with inspiration from the sea and shipwrecks.

Vrak Café & Bar offers both indoor and outdoor seating, featuring an unbeatable waterfront location overlooking the harbour and the beautiful city of Stockholm.

More information and stories about wrecks  at



Djurgårdsstrand 17A

115 21 Stockholm

+46 (0)8 – 519 549 80

Kungliga Djurgårdens Intressenter, KDI AB, coordinates attractions and joint activities on Djurgården. Learn more