The Open Air Museum on Seurasaari Island features period buildings moved from the Finnish countryside to this wooded site for both preservation and ease of visibility. There is a remarkable variety that runs the gamut from little 18th century follies to sod roofed rural storage buildings.
Below a two leveled storage building and pretty obviously a windmill
One of the most impressive buildings was the Karuna Church. Dating from the 1680's it is the oldest building in the Open Air Museum.
The structure is accessible and the interior is charming.
A craft fair was going on and a number of native cottage industries were being demonstrated. There were basketmakers, weavers and knitters, pottery whistle makers, and even a female blacksmith.
A smattering of this and that will finish up our tour. The stark colors in this fine old stable with painted brickwork caught my eye.