The original information on the houses, living utensils, and lifestyles of the Finnish people in the Middle Ages is completely preserved here. It's like a small village. The scenic area is open in the form of a park, and you can enter for free with Turkuka. It shows the original life of people who depended on different occupations, as well as staff dressed as medieval workers in the house to restore all kinds of food at that time, and some can still eat. So friends who can go are still recommended to experience it.
When I went to Turku, Finland on a journey of civilization hidden under the ice and snow, I said there was such a museum with a long name, so I went to see it with suspicion. The Aboa vetus&Ars Nova Museum is underground in Turku. The underground museum sounds so novel! Before I went, I was afraid I would not be able to appreciate the beauty of the Aboa vetus&Ars Nova Museum. I went to learn about Turku’s history. I went to the Aboa vetus&Ars Nova Museum, and I saw the early Turku just after going down the stairs. This is the first pavilion, showing the characteristics of medieval life in Turku. There are some early Turku tools, fossils of animal remains, shoes and other exhibits in this museum. There are also street ruins, etc. Look at the old Turku, civilization outside of China. The other hall is the modern art exhibition, where you can experience the modern civilization of Turku, the ancient and the modern, and a history of Turku's development is presented before you. Address: Itaeen Rantakatu 4-6/ Turku 20700/Finland Tel: +358 (0) 207 181 640 Hours of operation: 11am-7pm every day from September to April of the following year, closed on Mondays Website: http://www.aboavetusarsnova. Fi/fi play time: one hour Aboa vetus&Ars Nova Museum shows the civilization development of Turku. The hot civilization hidden in the ice and snow is a worthwhile trip.