Storö Shop Museum

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Storö Shop Museum consists of a shop with a 1950s-style interior, and a storage room with a photographic exhibition relating to the history of the shop. The shop on Storö island in the outermost section of Ingå archipelago, was founded in the 1930s and was open for business until 1964. The property is today owned by Rautaruukki. Ingå municipality is responsible for the maintenance and the running of the museum.



Address: Storö, Ingå archipelago
Opening Hours: During the summer, boat trips are arranged to the island from Ingå guest harbour. Accessing the island at other times is prohibited
Enquiries: Ingå municipality 09-295 151 / Culture secretary
Entrance Fee: The fee for the boat trip includes transportation, a guided tour and a picnic lunch.
Temporary Exhibitions, events:
Other museums to visit: Ingå Homestead Museum (Gammelgården)
Accessibility: Liikuntaeste Poor disabled access