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Langinkoski Imperial Fishing Lodge Museum

Keisarinmajantie 118, Kotka 48230, Finland
+358 40 5965215
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Nature with historic touch

At the outskirts of Kotka you can visit the former russian imperial fishing lodge. I would adwise... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jan S
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Beautiful spot

Small vacation manor and accompanying buildings, built in 1888 by the Kymi River for Tzar Alexander... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
wickedabintra
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Keisarinmajantie 118, Kotka 48230, Finland
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

At the outskirts of Kotka you can visit the former russian imperial fishing lodge. I would adwise to do this on a sunny day in order to see the nice nature, as the former lodge is not worth to pay 6€.

Thank Jan S
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Small vacation manor and accompanying buildings, built in 1888 by the Kymi River for Tzar Alexander III of Russia (who ruled the Grand Duchy of Finland as part of the Russian Empire). This is a wonderful place to be in nature, yet very close to...More

1  Thank wickedabintra
Reviewed 9 April 2017

This old imperial fishing lodge where Alexander III, tzar of Russia, spent summers with his family, is a nice destination for a day trip at least in the summer time. The buildings are quite modest for imperial standards, but the family probably enjoyed the more...More

1  Thank TuiKo56
Reviewed 17 July 2016

I think this is the most interesting place in the area. "museum" is meh and not worth the price, but scenery and short walks around are amazing.

Thank rvs-ru
Reviewed 10 July 2016

When we visited Langinkoski in July we were lucky (!) that it has been rainy days before our visit and the rapid or river was full of water! It was really nice scenery. This short briefing after buying tickets to Imperial Cottage of Russian Csar...More

Thank Jorma M
Reviewed 26 June 2016

This is probably the best known tourist attraction in Kotka. It is a massive fishing lodge built by the czar Alexander III roughly 100 years ago. It is a nicer place when there is plenty of water in yhe river, which the case usually. A...More

Thank beachstone2c
Reviewed 11 May 2016

The fishing lodge is situated amidst breathtakingly beautiful nature: forest, white rapids... The imperial fishing lodge itself is a beautiful wooden building - with associated buildings such as a chapel and a warden' lodgings, all very charming. You can take a walk on the grounds,...More

1  Thank lmsk2014
Reviewed 17 March 2016

The area itself is not too large but all the buildings and the Kymi-river... Breathtaking.. Unfortunately open only in the summer...

Thank Nyrik17
Reviewed 26 August 2015

I wouldnt call it a museum, its just wooden house to see, but its amazing what people can do from wood. And the nature outside the house is worth the stop!

Thank KatrinJ_est
Reviewed 21 August 2015 via mobile

Just liked this place, the traditional wooden house with original interieur and the beautiful natures with its rapids around. Don't miss to eat some cake in the lovely Café Keisarinnajan kahvila at the parking lot!

Thank lindenblatt
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