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Aland Maritime Museum, Mariehamn
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
Aland Maritime Museum reveals the stories of merchant voyages and artifacts from distant lands, and exhibits one of the world's only four-masted sailing ships still in its original condition. The exhibits include objects like a stolen 18th-century pirate flag and pots that the crew drank their tea from. Read logbooks and archives to find out about adventures at sea, pirate attacks, and talk of mythical creatures. You'll be able to browse through personal letters and diaries of successful brokers and weary sailors. The site features numerous family-friendly interactive stations, including a mast that kids can climb and a karaoke zone. Call in advance, as some sections of the museum require reservations. Note that you can use your ticket to visit the ship, or to return to the museum for a second visit. See Aland Maritime Museum and all Aland Island has to offer by arranging your trip with our Aland Island trip itinerary maker.
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美術館や博物館は旅行中に必ず訪れるようにしています。小学４年の息子がどこよりも長く滞在したので驚きました。島の歴史などがわかり、とても快適な空間です。やはり、子供には優しい環境のフィンランドならでは。大変満足でした。次もまた訪れます。Keep museums are must-visit during the trip. Elementary school 4th grade son was staying longer than anywhere else, so I was surprised. Or a history of the island and is very comfortable. Unique to Finland, a child-friendly environment. It was very satisfying. Visit also the following.show original
The museum itself, with the Museumship Pommern, definitely are a place to visit, evenduring a short stay in Mariehamn. Both at the same price, and you can use the ticket on separate days. The items in... read more »
It is a very well done museum. Everything in it from models exponates dioramas help and entrtain the visitor. Interactive things to do make it even better.
An exceptionally well constructed museum. Much bigger and more time-consuming than it looks. Very good indoor displays, especially regarding the 'Grain Race', and of course the Pommern is great fun to explore.
Lots of interesting stuff and fun for kids.
Quite superb, for what it contains, how presented, and explained, from both technical and socioeconomic point of view. Looks after the uninitiated and children well.
Patrik HallbergA well thought out and living museum with high-quality exhibitions as well as good service from the staff. A small minus, however, for the poor "tax" after my daughter got a really mesmerized treasure hunt. This is undoubtedly on the right track but the tax must be more valuable!show original
Niko PaulanneA great Museum with a fine and easy to find. Book a lot of time, because of the Museum's collections are extensive and the Museum ship Pommernissakin will go in researching ease a lot of the time.show original
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