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History of North with many old furnitures and costumes, not only texts which makes exhibition better. Downstairs you will find special Koiramäki village and at the moment seasonal and very nice exhibition of Finnish sport happenings and persons
We visited when weather turned poor. However with three floor in interesting exhibits on trade, shipping, education and a scale model of Oulu from 1938 that you can manoevre around a really good experience. I certainly learned loads about Finland's relationship with Russia and how...More
Good place to visit if you are interested in the history of Oulu and the Northern Ostrobothnia region. Check also the contemporary exhibitions, they can be anything from bats to the coffee pot cosies.The Doghill exhibition is based on the very popular books written by...More
Historical museum that shows you the life at Oulu and its surroundings from pre-historial to 1970's. Also temporary exhibitions at the very bottom floor. Small shop for genuine souveniers, try the products made with tar (soap, shampoo etc.) they have real nature's healing powers!
Set in the Ainola Park, the museum is interesting for adults and children - even small ones who will enjoy seeing the ''Dog Town'' displays based on the Mauri Kunnas books. The museum has vintage clothes and displays, and shows the history of Oulu from...More
Different exhibitions on four Different floors, info about Saame history (could be expanded though). Clothes, items and furniture from different time periods placed in rooms, make the exhibitions more interesting and provide a bigger picture of the local history.