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The residential building (i.e. main building) holds seven rooms and a loft covering the entire building.
Photo: Mervi Löfgren.


ROVANIEMI LOCAL HERITAGE MUSEUM

 

Museum is open to the public 1 June–31 August, Tuesday–Sunday 12 noon–6 p.m.

TICKETS: adults € 5, children and students € 2 or Museokortti.

CONTACT DETAILS:

Pöykköläntie 4, FI-96400 Rovaniemi

rovaniemenkotiseutuyhd.totto@gmail.com

tel.  +358 50 325 2017


WELCOME TO SAUNA BATHING IN TRADITIONAL FINNISH SAUNA

The Rovaniemi Local Heritage Museum was purchased in 1957 by Kotiseutuyhdistys Rovaniemen Totto Ry. Back then, the museum had four original buildings: the main building built in 1840, the barn and two outbuildings. Fourteen other buildings from the Rovaniemi area have been relocated as museum buildings. The museum at Pöykkölä now forms an estate that holds all the buildings related to local peasant farming.


 

Each year, Totto organises the following events in the Rovaniemi Local Heritage Museum and grounds. Raising the flag on Midsummer’s Eve, Marjetta's Feast Day, Römppäpuolinen Traditional Feast and the Winter Solstice Tree Festival. The latest additions to the annual programme are the Pirttikonsertit music events and the open days organised during the Rovaniemi Days.

 

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See Rovaniemi Local Heritage Museum

We are in cooperation with the Forestry Museum of Lapland nearby.

The barn is 40 metres long and has two floors. It is one-of-a-kind in the region of southern Lapland.
The Pirttikonsertit music events are popular in the museum. The Kaamos Quartet playing.