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Karelian Farmhouse Open Air Museum, Imatra
(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Karelian Farmhouse Open Air Museum is located in Imatra. Add Karelian Farmhouse Open Air Museum and other attractions to your Imatra trip itinerary using our Imatra travel itinerary maker.
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  • We are very fortunate to have found themselves in the right place at the right time: on the porch of the largest buildings lay cute and tooth there are tasty apples, inside free access historic interiors and household items. And all of a sudden! In the courtyard rang the Finnish folklore. And you can not only see and hear, but most pokružit′sâ in dance than we gladly took advantage of the
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  • The Museum is located on the shore of Imatra, works, if I'm not mistaken, from 11 to 17. At least so it was written on the Declaration. In Sunday works too. The entrance fee for adults 2 €, children 1 €. Storage of Karelian tradition, there are houses brought from different parts of Karelia. These are real buildings made in the 19th century, among them is the real sauna. I was given a booklet with a short description in English, there were no tours, the girl at the reception speaks English little. Perhaps it was due to the fact that I was there Sunday. I didn't go there, and when arrived there, I saw several people in national costumes. I walked around the yard, looked at houses and in some of them, looked at household items, tools, utensils and furniture used by the peasants of the 19th century. Antlers, Fox skins, clothes and carpets. In depth is Corral, where two sheep graze. To the Paddock you can get, if not laziness to walk on grass and dirt. Cons-looks quite abandoned and opustevše, part of the houses was closed to tourists, and the issued card guide errors with the numbering of the houses on the map. Here you can take free cards with a waterfall of Imatra and buy canned fish. Overall impressions are very good, I recommend to everyone, especially those travelling with children! For a complete inspection of 30 minutes was enough for me.
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  • You can visit for common development. A bit of running. The entrance fee is € 2. There are animals. Children might enjoy it.
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