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Museums in Merimasku and Rymättylä

The museums of Merimasku and Rymättyl

The museums of Merimasku and Rymättylä districts reflect the former lives of lively and historic archipelago municipalities full of old buildings, rural idyll and nostalgic stories. Check out the charming local museums and find out what life was like in the archipelago in the old days.

Merimasku – The Old Isotalo Croft

Kollola Local History Centre in Merimasku consists of the Old Isotalo Croft and its outbuildings. Kollola is the former farmstead of the Järvensuu village, which was redeemed in the 1920s. The original appearance of the building is well preserved, with the house interior revealing how the last resident lived. Kollola is located near Taattistenjärvi lake, on the old Rymättylä-Mynämäki road. In addition to the residential building, it includes a sauna building and a barn.

A special exhibition will be held in the barn during summertime. The barn side, which is decorated with a charming summer cafe, will host introductions to the exhibition on Wednesday nights in July. The Merimasku-seura also presents Kollola on request.

Opening hours can be found at Naantali City website (in Finnish).

Kollolan Local History Centre

Kollolantie 2
Merimasku


Rymättylä Local History Museum

The Rymättylä Local History Museum gives visitors a glimpse of life in the archipelago in days gone by. The main building is from the 18th century and is surrounded by a loft, a granary and a post mill. The storehouse is home to an exhibition about seine net fishing.

The Rymättylä local history museum is open on Sundays from 11.30am to 2.30pm (not on Midsummer 23rd of June). Free entry.

Opening times and events can be found at Naantali City website (in Finnish).

Rymättylä Local History Museum

Kirjalan kirkkotie 2,
21140 Rymättylä

Rymättylä-Seura ry
tel. +358 (0)50 345 9318