There is a Finnish open-air residential museum on this island, as well as some exhibitions about small workshops, and this place is also called Squirrel Island because there are many little squirrels, and many people like to come here for a walk.
Mate Island is a small island about 3 kilometers west of Helsinki city center, connected to the city center by a small bridge. There is a folk museum on the island, and the ecological environment on it is relatively primitive and not bad.
Relying on a Beautiful Life-Looking at Finnish Traditional Architecture-Helsinki Open Air Architecture Museum
Located 3 km west of Helsinki City Center, Couple Island is located in the center of the lake and is connected by white wooden bridges to the land. The island is woody, grassy and scenic. We had a walk along the lake and it was a very good oxygen bar. There are wild ducks by the lake, and beautiful pigeons walking around the crowd. We also saw the squirrels, twirling about in the woods, in a spiritless way.
On the eve of the Midsummer Festival, residents burn bonfires on the beaches of the island, which is home to various periods of residence, the earliest of which was built in the 18th century AD. It is a popular rest stop for Helsinki citizens.
An island located in the center of Hubo, a long white wooden bridge connects it to the land. There is a century-old open-air museum on the island. The reason it is open-air is that the museum exhibits traditional Finnish wooden buildings. There are more than one hundred exhibits from all over Finland. The most famous building is The wooden church was built more than 300 years ago. The other exhibits are mostly wooden buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries. There is a sign written in English on the front of the exhibit to indicate when and where the exhibit was built. You can also see windmills, wooden boats, horse sheds and other daily production supplies on the island, quietly showing the way of life of the early Finns. Many wild animals live on the companion island. Wild ducks and geese are roaming around on the water surface. Among them, there are huge white swans. These animals are very friendly to humans and leave a good impression on tourists.
A Helsinki Card is also good if you really want to see all the sights and don't want to run away. The Helsinki Card is a discount card, both a ticket and a ticket to visit. Cardholders can visit 50 museums and places of interest free, unlimited access to city public transportation, 30% discount for city sightseeing, 70% discount for airport bus, up to 50% cultural and leisure consumption. Helsinki card points 1, 2, 3 days several kinds. Adult fares in 2008 were 33, 43 and 53 euros, respectively. The card is used for tour buses and allows you to visit almost all attractions. Only the stops per attraction are limited. Fort Finland was originally worth seeing. If you are on a cruise to Skying, you can see it on the way back and forth (very close to the downtown Helsinki). Or there is a speedboat at the South Pier (the dock of the downstream boat), which takes 15 minutes. Boat ticket 3.6 Euro, the most famous museum on the island is 5 Euro. There is an open-air park on Couple Island for summer. Winter is fine.
Partner Island can be called a bus, the No. 24 bus goes directly to the entrance of the park on the island. I walked from the city on foot. It was snowy in March. There are many beautiful old houses on the island, located in the forest on the island, and there are clear birdsongs around. The birds here are not afraid of people, you can take pictures close. There is no ticket for the island. The waters around the island are frozen and many people ski here.