Laugh till your stomach hurt in the summer theatre, find fascinating artifacts in the local museums and let your imagination fly in art museums.
There are people in Oripää who value history and tradition and who want to preserve old-fashioned artifacts and memories for future generations. Matti Selin has established his own home museum in Oripää's Myllykylä, where peasant artefacts are displayed. The museum is open by agreement.View more
Nautelankoski Museum includes Lauri Nautela museum, myllärintupa, water mill, sauna and granary. Above the rapids on the hillside is the Stone Age Relic area of Kukkarkoski, whose discoveries are on display in the museum's basic exhibition. Nautelankoski's shorelines are a protected nature area that is intended to be kept as…View more
Built in 1821, the church is shaped like a cross church. The new classic wooden church has remained in its original outfit.View more
Located in the middle of the village. It has a local museum in the summer.View more
The current church in Pöytyä was built in 1793 under the direction of Mikael Piimänen according to the drawings of architect C.C. Gjörwell. It was dedicated to the 'wish of the common people' as the epanty church of the then King gustav IV Aadolf of Sweden. Open by agreement.View more
Would you like to see Khronos' house or the Pitfall of the Raatikainen? A list of 21 sites has been implemented from cultural historical sites in Pöytyä. The sites are marked on a sign board in the terrain. You can explore the destinations from the link https://www.poytya.fi/vapaa-aika-ja-matkailu/kulttuuri/kulttuurihistoriallinen-polku/ Use the link to…View more
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