FINLAND Heritage

Heritage Sites and Living Museums in Finland

Welcome! Here you will find a selection of historic venues, archaeological sites, open-air and living museums in Finland devoted to “edutain” their visitors providing full-immersive and first-hand time travel experiences. A chance to rediscover History and Traditions thanks to a variety of interactive events, displays, demos and workshops involving Live Heritage Interpretation, Museum Theatre, Living History, Historical Reenactment, and Experimental Archaeology practices.


Image: Turku castle in 1799 by Anders Fredrik Skjöldebrand (1757 - 1834), a Swedish count, lord of the realm, general, statesman and minister. 

These pages are constantly evolving, so please check back often for the last updates. We wish you a pleasant surfing and hope you will like the contents. Thank you for your visit!

Last updated: May, AD 2018 


Iron Age Trading Place

 Pukkisaaren rautakautinen kauppakylä

Pukkisaari island - Helsinki (Uusimaa region)

Kierikki Stone Age Village


Yli-Ii, Oulu (Northern Ostrobothnia region)

Battlefield of Oravais

 Oravaisten Taistelukenttä

Oravais, Vörå (Ostrobotnia region)

Suomenlinna Sea Fortress

 Suomenlinnan Merilinnoitus

Suomenlinna island - Helsinki (Uusimaa region)

Viking Centre

 Rosalan Viikinkikeskus

Rosala - Kemiönsaari (Finland Proper region)

Viking Village


Kvarnbo, Saltvik (Åland Islands region)


Folk Museums in Finland


Seurasaari Open-air Museum

 Seurasaaren Ulkomuseo

Seurasaari island - Helsinki (Uusimaa region)





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Image: By A. F. Skjöldebrand ( [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons






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