Ragvalds Open Air Museum

Ragvalds Open Air Museum – local history and cultural flora

Ragvalds Open Air Museum is located along the route of old King’s Road, only 1½ kilometres from downtown Kirkkonummi. The rustic history of Ragvalds goes back to the 16th century. The surroundings, artefacts and building stock of farmstead have remained untouched from the latest modern amendments.

Eliasvillan – Porkkala Parenthesis exhibition

Parenthesis in Ragvalds

Ragvalds belonged to the area of Soviet naval base during 1944-1956. In the Porkkala Parenthesis Exhibition one can get acquainted with the evacuation of region in 1944, life in and during the naval base era and the ambience felt in 1956 when the area was ceded back to Finland. Exhibition consists of old photographs and documents and items found from the area.

There are concrete items and a buoy of anti-submarine net related to the exhibition outside the Eliasvillan building.

Adults and children welcome!

Museum is open during summer Saturdays, on other times via pre-arrangement. One can explore the flora of the area spontaneously. It is advisable for the groups to arrange visits beforehand.

The entrance fee for the Ragvalds Open Air Museum is 2 € for adults.

Opening hours: 1.6.-31.8. on Saturdays 11am to 3pm

GPS: N 60°07.370′ , E 024°25.046′

Ragvalds Open Air Museum

Address: Överbyntie 140, 02400 Kirkkonummi

Tel: 09 29671

email: kulttuuri@kirkkonummi.fi