A very good museum, which mainly displays Finnish handicrafts. The entire museum is housed in more than a dozen sixteenth-century wooden cabins, with a feeling of traveling to the past. Although part of the pavilion did not open due to weekends when I went there, the tickets for Siou are generally worth it!
Although it is very small and has only two floors, it is quick to stroll around, but the content of the exhibits is good, especially in time for the special exhibition of robert doisneau. It’s very close to the railway station. You can drag your luggage here for free. Of course, pay attention to the closing time of the museum.
Compared to Turku Cathedral and the ancient castle, I prefer the Luostarinmaki Handicraft Museum. The tranquility can truly relax the heart. It’s a pity that the Handicrafts Museum is not open, so I can only take pictures outside. I can only look at the plants outside.