The Naantali Museum's Hiilola property, situated in the Old Town, is home to 19th century interiors, reflecting the lifestyle of the bourgeoise in the small town. The atmosphere is peaceful and charming. In the courtyard an old oak tree guides visitors to the garden, which contains roses, herbs and the Viluluoto spring with its pavilion. The Sau-Kallio house at the back of the delightful garden, provides the visitor a glimpse of how craftsmen used to live.
On the Humppi property, you can find out about Naantali's convent past and the historic narrative of the town through archeological findings. Humppi also hoouses changing exhibitions and a miniature model of the 15th century Brigittine Convent. Here is also a museum shop Säsonki. Feel free to visit it even if you aren't visiting the museum.
Naantali Museum and Museum shop Säsonki
Open 15 May – 1 September 2019 Tue–Sun from 11am – 6pm
Tickets adults €5, 7–17 year olds €3.
The Old Town, Katinhäntä 1 and Mannerheiminkatu 21
tel. +358 2 4352 727
www.naantali.fi/museo (in Finnish)