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Luostarinmäki Handicrafts Museum, Turku
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Luostarinmäki Handicrafts Museum features craftworks from pre-industrial times in an 18th-century open-air museum. When the Great Fire of 1827 destroyed 75 percent of the town, this area remained unharmed. Today you can wander through wooden homes decorated by colorful doors, windows, and chimneys. Note the grass on the roofs of some, while others feature barns and wooden stairs that lead to small attics. Inside the houses, you'll see old tools, furniture, and textiles. Throughout the site, artisans produce merchandise that you can purchase. Make Luostarinmäki Handicrafts Museum part of your personalized Turku itinerary using our Turku itinerary maker.
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Oli todella mielenkiintoinen ja kiva kohde lapsiperheelle. Koko päivä hujahti. Vähän ampiaiset häiritsivät.It was really interesting and a nice destination for a family with children. All day hujahti. Little wasps.show original
Das Museumsgelände auf dem Klosterhügel ist einer der wenigen Stadtteile, die vom großen Stadtbrand in Turku 1827 verschont blieben. Auf diese Weise blieben die Wohn- und Handwerkerhäuser aus dem 18. ... read more »The Museum site on monastery Hill is one of the few areas spared by the great fire in Turku in 1827. In this way, the living and craftsman houses remained largely original 18th and 19th century. You have been lovingly restored and kept as far as possible in their original function. In the summer, and especially on the weekends here old craft traditions in historical costumes are maintained and presented. Duty for us is always a visit to the Museum shop and the acquisition of traditionally-made candy, became.show original
I have been to this museum a couple of times during the summer as I lived in Turku for many years. It is great when people are on hand to explain a few of the shops and buildings. The most important t... read more »
The people who are in the houses are quite nice. Depending on time of year many houses may be closed.
Interesting visit with friendly staff.
Very historical and authentic feeling. However it wasn't that interesting.
Jorge O Romero PesqueroVery interesting, see houses and life with real utensils such as in the past, people carazterizadas there is faith the era, and some working in the workshops. A travel in the timeshow original
Arnaud BInterest-free and completely deserted in the winter... but still at the same price! Abusedshow original
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