Rönnäs Archipelago Museum
Home to the finest collection of peasant boats in Finland.
This hidden local history museum showcases life on the archipelago. Since 1985, the museum was funded by a local trust. It’s an interesting visit for anyone who has a love for vintage sailing and boats. The museum is also home to the largest collection of peasant boats in Finland. There are also taxidermied animals of the local fauna.
Curious adventurers will also be surprised that one can hike a trail to the museum. The trail leads through the forest to a cellar, a stone fence, and, a church. The path also leads to a swimming spot in the sea.
The museum, itself, is located in an old stone cow barn.
Know Before You Go
It's only open from the beginning of June to the middle of August. Wednesday-Sunday 12 pm- 5 pm. Entrance fee. Adults 5 €. Children under 15 get in for free.
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