This museum is composed of many old wooden buildings scattered all over the beautiful scenery of the island. At a glance, these buildings are naturally integrated with the native buildings on the island. But in fact, they are collected from all over Finland and placed on this island in an ancient way of distribution, so that they look more like original ecological masterpieces.
Take bus No. 24 and get off at Seurasaari Station. Mate Island is 4 km from Helsinki city centre. It seems that it is only open in summer. It is a series of independent cabins. After paying the money near the entrance of Squirrel Island (Seurasaari), you can find small houses everywhere according to the map.
This is like countryside in the middle of Helsinki city. Visiting Seurasaari Island and Open-Air Museum is an excellent idea for the day out for anyone who likes wooden buildings. Take buss 24 and walk over the bridge to a nice island park. You can go there at summer time for the open-air museum covering 1/4 of the island.