PENTALA ARCHIPELAGO MUSEUM
Come join us and experience firsthand what life was like for Espoo’s fishermen in the first half of the 20th century at the Pentala Archipelago Museum! Located on Pentala Island in the Espoo archipelago, the museum takes you on a guided tour that combines nature and history through the historic Suvisaristo tenant fishing manor with a backdrop of the Pentala Nature Reserve. Admission is free of charge for school groups. Group size is equal to one classroom.
To book a guided tour please make your reservation at least one week in advance. If your group requires special accommodations, we will gladly make the appropriate arrangements, but please notify us at the time of booking. While visiting the island, you can eat at the Lilla Villa café located on the museum grounds or order food from the nearby Paven Restaurant.
School group tours are available at the Pentala Archipelago Museum from 15.5.2019 - 6.9.2019. You can reserve your guided tour from 15.3.2019 onwards! Tours for school groups are held between 10 AM and 3 PM Mon-Fri. Exceptions are from 15.5.-29.5. and 20.8.-6.9 from 9 AM to 2 PM, as they are reserved for Espoo’s KULPS! groups. Remember to book your trip one week in advance. Thank you!
Ferries and passenger boats to Pentala operate on weekdays from 8.6. -11.8. Reservations can be made through Veka-Line Oy or the Suomen saaristokuljetus Oy. Private taxis and other services can be chartered as well.
Inquiries: Pentala Archipelago Museum Tue - Fri 11 a.m. -3 p.m., p. 043 825 2641