Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum
The Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum is an internationally recognised museum in Turku that displays the traditional culture of Finland. Luostarinmaki's attractions comprise artisans producing handmade crafts in buildings preserved from centuries past.
Visitors to Turku can get a taste of Finnish culture of the past while staying in thoroughly modern hotel rooms in the city centre at the Radisson Blu Marina Hotel. This hotel in Turku has 184 rooms and suites decorated in baroque style, providing a welcome touch of the contemporary after a day out at Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum.
Escape to luxurious Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum
Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum gives visitors an authentic look into the region's past, from the traditional homes that would have housed artisans to the work undertaken each day. Activities at Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum include woodworking, sewing and more - pretty much any craft that existed in Finnish history.
Summer is the peak season at Luostarinmaki Museum and culminates in Handicrafts Days, held each August. During this time, the master handicrafts workers and their apprentices come together and sell their products in the shops of the museum.
Luostarinmaki also offers welcome breaks for visitors to the museum, with a dedicated shop and a café serving locally produced treats and drinks.
Step into the past from modern accommodation in Turku
While living the traditional life during the day at Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum makes a fun day out, guests can return at night to the contemporary surrounds of the Radisson Blu Marina Hotel, Turku. Located near to great area attractions such as Luostarinmaki and Sibelius Museum, guests need not travel far for adventure in the city.