A natural escape, Seurasaari is a breath of freshness for visitors looking to relax and enjoy wildlife. The native animals are quite friendly, due to their frequent interaction with people. Stroll around the open-air museum of wooden Finnish architecture. You cannot miss this, as there are 85 buildings to view. Keep an eye on where your feet take you, lest you unwittingly end up on the island's nudist beach. As you enter Seurasaari, you walk a rustic wooden bridge to get to your island paradise. The name, Seurasaari, means "meeting place," and was so named as a retreat for workers in the late 1800s.