Friday 29.7. – The Night of Black Lace


Lace and handicraft exhibitions

Museums and attractions

Artists’ studios and art exhibitions


Mustaan pitsiin pukeutunut nainen kävelee puujaloilla ihmismassan joukossa kävelykadulla

10.00 Mantin Maailma courtyard market

A traditional courtyard market and Finnish handicrafts displaying their products for example hand-dyed yarns, felted textiles and jewellery.

Open until the evening
Kuninkaankatu 30, inner courtyard
Facebook / Mantin Maailma  

10.00–17.00 Whitefish soup sale by Rauma fisherman’s association

Tasty whitefish soup made by fishermen for sale as long it lasts. You can also bring your own container if you want to take some soup home.

Close to Tarvonsaari Bridge, Valtakatu 1

10.00–18.00 Open courtyards and flea markets in Old Rauma

During Lace Week, the residents of Old Rauma open their private courtyards to the public. Visitors can explore the beautiful courtyards where they can buy drinks and snacks and browse the flea markets organised by the residents. Please note that the flea markets may be postponed if it rains. Participating residents’ courtyards can be identified by a sign bearing the Old Rauma Association logo.

The courtyards are open to the public as specified by the residents, but most of them welcome visitors between 10.00–18.00.

Map for open courtyards and flea markets in Old Rauma
Facebook / Vanha Rauma Yhdistys (Old Rauma Association) 

10.00–19.00 Kajava’s earring workshop

Non-stop workshop for wool ball earrings. A felting needle is used in the workshop. There is no need to register to the workshop. There can be five participants at a time.

Duration: 1 – 1.5 hours
Price: including accessories 5€
Kuninkaankatu 28

10.00–23.00 International Market

A market event with over 130 vendors from 30 different countries selling their special local products.

An international market atmosphere spreads across the Kanalinranta area, Nortamonkatu street and other surrounding areas.

10.00–23.00 Market of the Night of Black Lace

Market products from Finland and all over the world. Food experiences for many tastes.

Savilankatu ja Kauppakatu

11.00 “Wind – It is a breeze” – Circus performance for children

Two passionate and enthusiastic wind researchers, Vimma and Vaime, want to capture various Beauforts, winds, draughts, and gusts with their wind machine. Capturing the winds is challenging work. The researchers need to be cunning, display ingenious collaboration and acrobatic agility, and remain cool and composed. The performance combines circus and physical theater.

Duration: 30 min.
Recommended for children aged 4–10
Tammela, Eteläpitkäkatu 17

11.00–14.00 Rauma Martha Organisation’s traditional food sale

A food sale organised by the Rauma Martha Organisation where customers can buy traditional Finnish food, lobscouse casserole, and malt bread. Served with Finnish kotikalja, juice, and water. Picnic dining. Coffee is complimentary. A limited quantity of lobscouse is also sold to take away. The food sale will continue as long as there’s food left.

The yard of the Church of the Holy Cross, Luostarinkatu 1

12.00 Midday music event

A church event featuring traditional folk music.  Performing Leena Kivi.

The Church of the Holy Cross, Luostarinkatu 1

12.00–16.00 Iirolandia

A happy sporting event for the entire family with many different sports activities. You can try, for example, bubble football, the bouncing mat, the air tracks, the inflatable football pitch, the basketball hoops, the balance track, or play with the foam blocks.

Price: 5€/child
Recommended for children aged 1–12 with a parent
Äijänsuo sports centre, Teollisuuskatu 19

12.00–17.00 Lace Week workshop: Leather workshop

The non-stop leather workshop teaches you how to make different keychains, a small coin pouch, or even a more demanding card holder. Workshop admission fee: 5€. Material fee 3–5€ (depending on what you choose to make). You can also buy studs and other decorations for your work. The workshop involves the use of sharp tools. The more demanding pieces are intended for adults, while smaller pieces are also suitable for children. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult. The workshop is led by Milona Suominen.

Tammela, Eteläpitkäkatu 17

12.00–22.00 Kalatori handicraft market

The atmospheric market brings together handicraft entrepreneurs from across Finland. The traditional handicraft market begins on Friday and continues through Saturday.


13.00 Laura and Kari

Sea-themed songs in the Rauma dialect. Vocals by Laura Suominen, music by Kari Vuorisalo.

Wanhan Rauman KaffeBar, Kuninkaankatu 27

13.00–15.30 Other spaces: “The Angle of Water 104.45˚” workshop

“The Angle of Water 104.45˚” non-stop workshop showcases the different manifestations of water, and the particularities of water as a chemical substance through physical exercises. In the workshop, you will participate in the exercises of “The Angle of Water 104.45˚” video series together with the artists of the Other spaces collective. The themes of the exercises are seagrass, snowflake, clouds, icebergs, cycle of water, H2O, Memory of Water and Ocean in a Mouth.

The performance art of the Other spaces collective centres around physical exercises that allow us to bring ourselves into contact with different forms of being, and experiences that are unfamiliar to humans, visit ‘other spaces’ so to speak.

Ten people can participate in the workshop at a time.
Rauma Art Museum courtyard, Kuninkaankatu 37

14.00 Lace-making competition

In the 20th competition for the title of the “Town’s Fastest Lace-maker”, competitors make bobbin lace for 30 minutes following a traditional six-pair lace pattern (uddi). The winner is the one able to complete the largest piece of lace within the specified time limit.

Participants must register for the competition by 27 July by e-mail (, telephone (+358 400 723 514) or on-site 2 hours before the competition. Competitors can bring their own lace pillow or borrow a pillow from the event organiser. All competitors will be given the same pattern, which can be obtained one hour before the start of the competition. The competition is open to anyone who has not won the competition in previous years.

The courtyard of Marela, Kauppakatu 24

14.00 Story of the day

Nortamo-Seor performs a daily changing piece of writing by Hj. Nortamo and Tauno Koskela written in the Rauma dialect. The pieces of writing are read by Ossi Paavola. Short, daily changing piece of writing written in the Rauma dialect.

Tammela, Eteläpitkäkatu 17

14.00–14.45 Savilanpuisto park plays!

Park concert for the entire family.

14.00–14.45 Children’s concert: Naattiorkesteri

Naattiorkesteri invites the whole family to join them on a surprising and inclusive musical journey. The orchestra sings, rhymes, exaggerates, and even flies off to space! The children’s orchestra was founded in the autumn of 2019. During the musical journey, you will hear the sounds of a bass, a guitar, an accordion and different percussion and wind instruments.

15.00 Laura and Kari

Sea-themed songs in the Rauma dialect. Vocals by Laura Suominen, music by Kari Vuorisalo.

Wanhan Rauman KaffeBar, Kuninkaankatu 27

15.00–00.00 Black Lace Night Rock & Dance

LC Rauman Ruori’s event programme:

  • 15.30–16.40 76Notes
  • 17.00–18.30 Fenix
  • 18.50–19.50 Cactus Band
  • 20.10–21.10 Blue S Train
  • 21.30–22.30 Sekslaatio
  • 22.50–00.00/00.30 Finn Zeppelin

Courtyard of Narvi-Sähkö, Kauppakatu 5

17.00 Lace Week special – Pallo-Iiro women’s and men’s teams home games

Äijänsuo Buena Vista Stadium, Nortamonkatu 23

17.00 Women’s Ykkönen league match: Pallo-Iirot – TPS
19.00 Men’s Kolmonen league match: Pallo-Iirot – Masku

17.00–19.00 Société Helsinki at Marela

Historical re-enactments in old fashioned outfits at Marela. Mrs Granlund drinks coffee and does handicrafts with her friends in the beautiful dining hall of Marela. Come and meet the ladies and have a chat!

Shipowner’s Home Marela, Kauppakatu 24

18.00–21.00 Fire guard patrol

Nortamo-Seor’s fire guards circle the Old Rauma area during the Night of Black Lace.

18.00–22.00 Savilanpuisto park plays!

Park concerts for all ages feature both local and nationally known artists. The park concerts are hosted by Vili Lehtelä.

18.00 AT’s Roots & Ramblin’

 AT’s Roots & Ramblin’ is a young and energetic trio with a unique sound and fresh touch to rock ‘n roll.

19.30 Eva + Manu

Eva + Manu is a French-Finnish pop-folk duo. Eva Louhivuori from Jyväskylä, and Emmanuel “Manu” Laudic from Paris, met at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

21.00 Pete Parkkonen

 The Finnish favourite Pete Parkkonen is known as a versatile and energetic performer. He can make any crowd go wild. In 2020, Parkkonen released the single “Valoa ja voimaa”, which quickly became a radio hit, and the touching single “Portaat”.

19.00 Music in the terrace of Teatteriravintola Ankkuri restaurant

Buukiruuvi and The Howlin’ Boozers will play in the terrace of Teatteriravintola Ankkuri restaurant.

Teatteriravintola Ankkuri
Alfredinkatu 2

20.00 Lace Week evening song

Anni Laaksonen, trumpet. The Rauma Brass Band Association welcomes visitors to Rauma in honour of Lace Week.

Old Town Hall, Valtakatu 2

Lace and handicraft exhibitions

Nyplättyä pitsisä esillä pitsinäyttelyssä

This year, the Culture House Poselli is the house of lace. Poselli features lace exhibitions by Rauman Nyplääjät ry and Pitsikeskus Emelia.

Opening hours: 10.00–20.00
Culture House Poselli, Nortamonkatu 12

Lace in the swirls of a party

Rauman Nyplääjät ry’s exhibition features traditional Rauma lace. You can meet lace makers every day. You also have the opportunity to try your hand at lace making under the tutelage of an instructor. You can buy lace making supplies and ready-made items with lace decorations at the sales desk. You can also participate in a raffle.


Pitsikeskus Emelia’s exhibition features lace work created by Tarmo Thorström and Sirkka Jalonen, Lace makers of the year 2020 and 2021 selected by Emelia ry, as well as textile artist Raija Jokinen’s lace-like work.

Tel. +358 50 308 4619

Rauma Lace permanent exhibition

Rauma Lace’s extended exhibition in the Old Town Hall features an extensive lace collection and explores the use of lace and the history of lace-making from the 18th century to the present day. The oldest laces on display are from the early 19th century.

Opening hours: 10.00–19.00
Admission fee: see Marela
Old Town Hall, Kauppakatu 13

Blooming beauty in the cottage and yard

Kodisjoki Marthas’ exhibition features attractions both indoors and outdoors. Inside you can see various tapestries, and out in the yard you can find both useful and decorative plants. The Marthas are in the middle of the project “Diverse Yard – Sustainable and edible yard.” You can also find several traditional activities for children, as well as a cafeteria in the yard.

Opening hours: 12.00–16.00
Seppä Croft, Kodisjoentie 1499 C, Kodisjoki

Timo Uskali’s craftsman exhibition

The exhibition features wooden crafts, sailing boat scale models and other works handcrafted by Timo Uskali, which are also available for sale (cash payment).

Opening hours: 11.00–18.00
Saaristokatu 21
Facebook Kädentaitaja Timo Uskali

Purkki Aitta handicraft store

A rustic garden with many delightful details. Get inspiration for your own yard from the playhouse, large terrace, and the outdoor sauna. Purkki Aita sells Finnish handicrafts.

Opening hours: 10.00–20.00 and also by appointment
Santtahkontie 1

Rauma Marthas’ crafts exhibition

A diverse crafts exhibition. The exhibition also includes a raffle.

Opening hours: 10.00–18.00
Marttapirtti, Luostarinkatu 4

Arts and crafts stores selling lace-making supplies

Jatan aitta, lace-making supplies speciality shop

Shop specializing in lace-making and tatting supplies, books, and patterns. By pre-ordering by 15 July, you can make sure you get the supplies you need. Submit your pre-order online.

Opening hours: 10.00–17.00
Pakaritupa, Marela courtyard, Kauppakatu 24

Kajava, handicraft shop

An arts and crafts store that sells lace tablecloths, handkerchiefs, bookmarks, roses, candles and napkins, as well as lace-making supplies and linen cloths. Various yarns and other handicrafts are also available for sale.

Opening hours: 10.00–17.00
Kuninkaankatu 28


A lace shop that sells all kinds of lace products, such as lace tablecloths, trays, patterns, linen fabrics, linen yarns, lace pillows, and lace-making supplies. You can also see a lace maker at work when you visit the shop.

Opening hours: 10.00–15.00
Kauppakatu 29

Museums and attractions

Marela, the home of shipowners

Marela showcases the life and lifestyle of a wealthy shipowner and his family at the turn of the 1900s, the golden age of seafaring in Rauma. Embroidery and cozy comfort – a Biedermeier parlour in Rauma style Explore the display of the Biedermeier-style interior and learn about embroidery, a handicraft style that was popular in the era. Changing exhibition, “Women’s work”, showcases women’s work and life through a collection of objects. A sailing boat from the 1920s is displayed in the Marela boatshed.

Opening hours: 10.00–19.00
Single ticket to one museum site: adults 6 €, seniors/unemployed/students/groups 3 €. Tour ticket (valid in Marela, Kirsti, Old Town Hall, Rauma Art Museum): adults 6 €, seniors/unemployed/students/groups 3 €. Free admission with the Museum Card. Free admission for visitors under the age of 18.
Kauppakatu 24

Kirsti – Sailor’s Home Museum

The Sailor’s Home Museum Kirsti takes visitors back to the olden days. The beautifully preserved courtyard and its buildings give a good idea of what the Old Rauma area looked like a couple of hundred years ago. The interior on the other hand shows how people lived in Old Rauma in different time periods.  You can also see a lace maker at work during your visit.

Opening hours: 10.00–19.00
Admission fee: see Marela
Pohjankatu 3

Old Town Hall

In the Old Town Hall you can explore the history and lace-making traditions of Rauma and visit the museum shop, Kistupuad, where you can find local handicrafts and souvenirs. The museum features the permanent Rauma Lace exhibition. In the upstairs exhibition you can learn about the spiritual and secular power of the church in Rauma. The exhibition introduces various construction stages of the 245-year-old town hall building and explores town administration that was run from the building during the 1700s and 1800s. You can also see a lace maker at work during your visit.

Opening hours: 10.00–19.00
Admission fee: see Marela
Kauppakatu 13

Rauma Art Museum

Rauma Art Museum features the Rauma Triennale 2022 exhibition that consists of national and international contemporary art: “Imagine! What if!” exhibition, curated by artist Teemu Mäki and Chief Curator of the Rauma Art Museum Heta Kaisto. The exhibition features paintings, photography, films, sculptures, installations, and poetry from a few dozen artists or artist groups. The roots of the Triennale lay in the Biennale Balticum which has been organised since the late 1970s.

Opening hours: 10.00–19.00
Admission fee: see Marela
Kuninkaankatu 37

Rauman taidemuseon julkisivu ja ovi

Sammallahdenmäki, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

A Bronze Age burial site in Kivikylä, Lappi, consisting of a total of 36 burial cairns.

During the summer, you can find a guide on site from 10.00 to 17.00. Non-stop guided tours start from the southern information point (Savulaaksontie 181). Guided tours: 2 € / person, free admission for students and visitors under the age of 18.

Savulaaksontie 181 and Sammallahdentie, Lappi

Potter’s Workshop

The main product of Potter Gustaf Löfman’s workshop was stove tiles. The brown glazed tiles were made of red clay The workshop, ovens, personal property, and product samples, have been preserved in their original condition.

Opening hours: 11.00–15.00
Nummenkatu 14

Rauma Maritime Museum

The Rauma Maritime Museum’s permanent exhibition explores the history of seafaring, maritime education and shipbuilding in Rauma and the life of sailors both at sea and on land.  The old Nautical College building explores the history of maritime education in Rauma and tests out modern methods of education in a navigation simulator. The museum’s renewed room, “Raumanmeri”, explores the themes of environmental education. Temporary exhibition “Merenkulkijat poikkeusoloissa” (“Seafarers in times of emergency”), explores how seafarers have had to put themselves in dangerous situations at work through the experiences of individual seafarers and materials. Staircase exhibition introduces you to Karelians in Rauma 一 Rauma locals in Karelia. Merihelena Leskinen’s sea-themed paintings are displayed in the tower.

Opening hours: 11.00–17.00
Tickets: adults 9 €, seniors 7 €, students 6 €, children 3 € and family (2 adults + 3 children) 21€. Free admission with the Museum Card.
Kalliokatu 34

Tammela House

Tammela House introduces UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Old Rauma’s renovation projects.

Opening hours: 11.00–17.00
Eteläpitkäkatu 17

The Teresia and Rafael Lönnström Home Museum

The Teresia and Rafael Lönnström Home Museum showcases the unique home and art collection of the industrialist couple from Rauma. In the Museum gallery you can learn more about previous and current Lönnström contemporary art projects. “Teresia’s Travels – travel pictures from five decades” exhibition is displayed upstairs in the Home Museum.

Opening hours: 12.00–16.00
Admission fee: adults 5 €, seniors and students 3 €, free admission for visitors under the age of 18. Free admission with the Museum Card.
Syväraumankatu 41

Camera museum

Anexhibition featuring cameras, film projectors, and everything from Camera obscurasta to digital technology. The museum shop sells all kinds of photography related items, art, design glass and literature.

Opening hours: 12.00–16.00
Kameramuseo, Isokatu 8
Tel. +358 2 822 5638

Kiikartorni observation tower

The Kiikartorni observation tower on the Fåfänga headland offers a beautiful view of the Rauma archipelago and marina.

Opening hours: 10.00–22.00
Suvitie 10

Local History Museum Muina

You can explore and learn about life in the past at this rustic and charming location. A horse in the turns of Rauma history exhibition is displayed at Muina. It includes objects from Muina’s collections. You can find sheep from Ali-Unkin tila farm, located in Eurajoki, grazing the pastures.

Opening hours: 12.00–14.00
Muinantie 7, Vasarainen

Ylen Homestead Art Museum

The museum features Väinö and Hilma Ylen’s folk art exhibition and ITE artist Väinö Ylen’s sculpture exhibition. The museum showcases over 200 concrete figures depicting past life and famous athletes and politicians. There is also a temporary exhibition of art works by Anu Sukanen and Nikolay Nikoloy on display. Café in the courtyard.

Opening hours: 12.00–16.00
Admission fee: adults 5 €, children 3 €
Kodisjoentie 1535, Kodisjoki

The Old Rauma Telephone Museum

The exhibition explores the history of the telephone. The collection is based on material collected over 50 years, the oldest of which dates back to 1870 and the most recent to the 2020s. In the museum, you can explore and learn more about the history of past technology and get tips for the restoration and repair of old telephone devices. The exhibition space can accommodate up to 10 people at a time.

Opening hours: 11.00–18.00
Eteläpitkäkatu 22

Artists’ studios and art exhibitions

Suurikokoisia maalisiveltimiä kuivumassa

Arja Nummi’s studio

Arja Nummi’s “Värituuletus” studio exhibition features paintings, graphics, paper sculptures, hand-bound books, and greeting cards.

Opening hours: 11.00–16.00
Kauppakatu 15, courtyard
Tel. +358 40 543 2437

Art & Design Salme Kauppi

The gallery features watercolour paintings. Sale of art supply and framing service on request.

Opening hours: 11.00–16.00
Kuninkaankatu 40

Atelier Eila Minkkinen

Artist, silversmith and sculptor Eila Minkkinen’s studio features metal art. The studio can accommodate groups of max. 5 people with advance appointment

Opening hours: 12.00–16.00
Vanhankirkonkatu 20

Kerttu Horilan taidetta

Atelier Kerttu Horila

The atelier features sculptures and paintings. Sculptures can also be found in the garden. Visitors have the opportunity to meet the artist.

Opening hours: 11.00–17.00
Länsikatu 7

Gallery Kempas

New paintings and graphics from 2022 by Lasse Kempas.

Opening hours: by appointment
Villa la Mar, Ylinenkatu 6
Tel. +358 500 325 309

Gallery Tuula Kallas

Studio exhibition display unique paintings and cards by Tuula Kallas.

Opening hours: 11.00–15.00
Koulukatu 3 B 3
Tel. +358 44 9877 293

Heikkla’s art courtyard

Itäkatu 4, courtyard. The courtyard features workshops and exhibitions of Rauma-based artists:

Gallery Keinutuoli

The gallery features graphic art, photos, cards and jewellery made by Anu Sukanen.

The gallery is open when the door is open and there is a pennant hanging outside.
Tel. +358 50 339 5169

Gallery Sanna Saarinen

The gallery features wall hanging art and sculptures made of hand-woven fabric, recycled material, and wood.

Opening hours: 12.00–18.00

Gallery Porstua

Tommi-Wihtori Roström’s “Luanikas reissu – matkamuistoja ja maisemakuvia Raumalta” summer exhibition. The gallery features Rauma-themed memorabilia from past decades. New Rauma themed art graphic pieces on display in the honor of Rauma’s 580 anniversary.

Opening hours: 11.00–16.00
Tel. +358 44 984 8252

Art Studio Heli Väisänen

Graphic art and ceramic sculptures.

Opening hours: 11.00–17.00

Rauman Taidegraafikot ry studio

A summer exhibition of art prints made by Rauma-based graphic artists. A wide selection of art prints, postcards and books are also available for sale.

Opening hours: 11.00–17.00

Maalattu puuaita ja kyltti, jossa lukee taidepiha

Inspira summer exhibition

Exhibition of the works of the members of the art association. Works include, for example, paintings, sculptures, and cards. The pieces are available for sale. Some pieces can be taken home immediately, some can be taken only after the exhibition closes.

Opening hours: 12.00–18.00
Nokan torppa, Suvitie 10 


Teuvo Salminen’s caricature exhibition. Julkkis-Galleria is a unique gallery where the artist does not get offended if you laugh at his work!

Opening hours: 10.00–16.00 and whenever the door is open
Isokirkkokatu 7

Kelluva saari (“Floating Island”)

“Floating Island” is an environmental artwork by sculptor Raimo Saarinen. The island has been anchored in the sea by the cape of Fåfänga. Real trees and plants grow on this artificial island that imitates a rocky islet. The artwork examines our conception of nature and pays tribute to the abundance of the natural world. The artwork can be viewed from the shores of the Fåfänga cape, for example from Otanlahti rantapuisto park. The Floating Island is a Lönnström contemporary art project produced by the Lönnström Art Museum.

Viewing locations by the shores of the Fåfänga cape, Suvitie

Ceramic Art Kirsi Backman

The gallery features unique ceramics, metal sculptures and reliefs by Kirsi Backman.

Opening hours: 10.00– until late night
Kuninkaankatu 21

Keramos, ceramic association’s gallery

Unique ceramic objects, sculptures and jewelleries by tens of Rauma-based artists.

Opening hours: 11.00–17.00
Isokirkkokatu 1

Meri ystäväni (“Sea my friend”)

An art exhibition featuring paintings by artist Pentti Peura.

Opening hours: 9.00–17.00
Rauman pääkirjasto / Rauma Town Library, Alfredinkatu 1

Rauma Triennale: “Imagine! What if!”

Rauma Triennale “Imagine! What if!” challenges you to consider the question of what if everything were different. The exhibition features works by 21 artists or groups of artists.

More information is listed in the section Rauma Art Museum.

Sano se kukkasin (“Say it with flowers”)

The Church Cellar flower-themed summer exhibition displays artworks by Mari Arvinen ja Anu Sukanen.

Opening hours: 10.00–17.00
Church Cellar, next to the Church of the Holy Cross, Luostarinkatu 1

Summer exhibition at Seppä House, Kesäkattaus (“Summer Set”)

Exhibition consists of Viivi Osmonen’s colourful, summery paintings and textile works.

Opening hours: 10.00–19.00
Alfredinkatu 3

Shannon Amey Art Studio

Shannon Amey Art Studio will be open to the public to come and view or purchase art in an outdoor Kioski style exhibition at Lahdenkatu 17.

Open each day by appointment or coming by anytime for the entire duration of Lace Week.

Lahdenkatu 17

Art Studio Mika Honkanen

“Kaunista turhuutta” (“Beautiful futility”) exhibition displays paintings and drawings. Calendar “Kadonneen Rauman kalenteri 2023” and Rauma postcards are also for sale. Antiquarian bookshop “Divarinurkka” operates in the same space.

Opening hours: 11.00–18.00
Isoraastuvankatu 7
Tel. +358 40 753 0774

Studio Näsi – Roos

In this art exhibition, you can explore the works of the two artists created with acrylic, watercolour, graphics and other techniques at their workshop. Cards and books are also available.

Opening hours: 12.00–21.00
Savilankatu 10, courtyard
Tel. +358 400 916 209 (Roos) or +358 40 751 5570 (Näsi)

Veneilyä (“Boating”)

Ceramic sculptures of Taru-Taina Nora and Heli Väisänen, two Rauma-based artists, are exhibited in Fageströmin tupa on Kuuskajaskari island. Ferries travel to the island every day.

Opening hours: According to the opening hours of restaurant Wanha Kasarmi.
Waterbus transport to and from the island 25€ adults and 12€ children. Tickets:
Fagerströmin tupa, Kuuskajaskari island