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  • Bergö Local Museum

    Hamnfladavägen 36a, Malax

    The sexton farm (Klockargården) was built in 1856 by the village farmers as residence for the parish sexton Johan Erik Munch.
    The residence was donated to Bergö Antiquarian Society on august 7th 1942. The residence has since then been a local museum and is operated by Bergö Antiquarian Society.

    +358 400 165 685

    pererik.berglund@netikka.fi

    http://www.bergo.hembygd.fi/in_english/

  • Björkö Local Museum (Mårtes)

    Uppbyggted 71, Korsholm

    Mårtes was built in 1844 and today houses a museum. When visiting Mårtes, you will be able to see some of the oldest Björkö-cupboards decorated with ornate floral motifs, the first village radio, and old textiles, but also more modern items that represent how this home has changed with time. The museum area also contains the Motor Museum, the Soldier’s Cabin, and the Carding and Spinning Mill, as well as our exhibitions about the Defence Corps, the School in Björkö, and 19th century clothing.
    The museum is open during the summer season.

    +358 50 53 22 470

    bjorkomuseum@hembygd.fi

    https://bjorkomuseum.hembygd.fi/in_english/

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  • Granösund Fishing Village Museum

    Bulleråsvägen 320, Korsholm

    The Granösund Fiskeläge (Fishing Village Museum) provides a view of life in the coastal region of Ostrobothnia, in the days when the majority of the population still depended upon fishing, seal hunting, farming and handicraft for its livelyhood.

    +358 44 726 5165

    replot.hembygdsforening@korsholmsskargard.fi

    http://www.granosund.hembygd.fi/

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  • Kvarken Boat Museum

    Åminnevägen 733, Malax

    Kvarken Boat Museum is one of the largest boat museums in the Nordic countries. The collection contains 96 traditional (wooden) boats (1850-1993) of different types for varying uses. The boats originate from the province of Ostrobothnia. Besides the boats, exhibited are also tools and equipment used in the region for fishing and hunting. Fisherman’s cottage. Exhibitions.
    The museum is situated in Åminne in a culture-historically valuable coastal surroundings in Malax.

    +358 6 365 1933

    goran.stromfors@pp.inet.fi

    http://museum.malax.fi/

  • Replot Local Museum

    Alexandersgatan 50, 65800 Replot

    The Replot Local Museum is situated on the Alexandersgatan in the middle of the village of Replot. The museum represents a typical islander farm. In the collections are both utensils and furniture from the 18th and 19th century and handmade clothing for both the young and the old.

    +358 50 3504 375

    http://www.museiportalosterbotten.fi/museum-a-o-en/museum/56-replot-museum

  • World Heritage Gateway

    Replotvägen 2, Korsholm

    The Visitor Centre The World Heritage Gateway is located by the Replot bridge. The brand-new exhibition Weichsel and the info point Littorina tell the story of the World Heritage; how the Ice Age, land uplift, waves and ice have affected the scenery of the archipelago and the inhabitants’ lives through out millennia. The exhibition Weichsel has a small entrance fee.

    The Art Gallery Arte Mare and Berny’s Restaurant and Cafe are in the same premises. The art gallery and the info point Littorina are always open when the restaurant is open.

    +358 50 3466 200

    info@kvarken.fi

    http://www.kvarkenworldheritage.fi/world-heritage-gateway/

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