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Stairs leading up to the space called Ytan, 'the Surface', wich has sweeping views of the bay outside. Photo: Anneli Karlsson, SMTM

Guided tours and event

We welcome bookings of tours and venues for events at Vrak. Are you thinking of arranging a meeting, conference or maybe a dinner? Don't hesitate to contact us to preliminary book a date.

Vrak - Museum of Wrecks is nicely situated on Djurgårdsstrand between the Vasa Museum and Gröna Lund. Popular places to visit such as Liljevalchs, Skansen and Junibacken are nearby. Here you can arrange the next conference, lecture, reception or dinner.

A guided tour is included with all bookings. Contact us to discuss your arrangement.


The room Ytan, 'the Surface', on the museum's upper floor has a fantastic view of the water, towards Skeppsholmen and Södermalm.

The area accommodates up to 65 guests, for a seated dinner 45 people.

Daily tours

Get to know the fascinating story of the Baltic sea's history, as told through our wrecks. The daily English tours start at 12 and 15 in the museum lobby, no extra fee.

Groups: Book a tour

Vrak offers bookable guided tours in Swedish and English for groups of up to 20 people.

Customized tour

Vrak's knowledgeable museum hosts are happy to develop a customized tour according to the group's interests and wishes. Some foresight is needed.

Please tell us if there are special needs such as a hearing loop or similar.

Museum introduction

Vrak is the first museum in the world to focus entirely on the maritime archeological cultural heritage of the Baltic Sea. The tour gives you an overall knowledge of the museum and the exhibitions.

The introduction tour is well suited for groups who have limited time in the museum.

  • 20 people
  • 20-25 minutes
  • Price on request

The Divided Sea

The exhibition The Divided Sea contains stories about contacts and alliances, war and trade, life and death, major historical events and individual life stories. Follow through the exhibition where different eras that depict how man has used the Baltic Sea throughout history.

  • 20 people
  • 45-50 minutes
  • Price on request

Contact the booking office


Phone, weekdays 10-12:
+46-8-519 549 80

Page last updated: 2023-01-12