Welcome to Vrak! Photo: Miakel Dunker, SMTM
– We have chosen to make the opening in several steps. Building a new museum is a challenge, and doing so in the midst of a pandemic has not made it any easier. Before the museum is completely ready, we therefore choose to open the store and café already this summer, says Odd Johansen, project manager for Vrak.
The museum has been given a new address, Djurgårdsstrand 17, whose route runs from the Vasa Museum to Vrak. Former naval shipyards, shipwrecks and the Baltic Sea are just around the corner.
Vrak Café & Bar has seats both indoors and outdoors. The outdoor terrace with afternoon and evening sun is located ten meters from the water and overlooks Nybroviken and the boats in Wasahamnen. Both light dishes and dinner are served here. In addition, self-made ice cream. Vrak Café & Bar are open 11-20 every day of the week.
– In addition to the shop and café, you can see a small sample of what the museum will show this autumn. I want to welcome Stockholmers and travelers to come by and get a feel for the new museum and take the opportunity to eat an ice cream in the sun on the outdoor terrace, says Vrak's project manager Odd Johansen.
The museum shop has a small, but well-thought-out range, where the goods are chosen with great care and with responsibility for our common environment. Several of the store's own products, such as notebooks, towels and puzzles, are created exclusively for Vrak by Mikael Dunker, designer at the museum.