The village of Tursia in the age of the Vikings
It was the time of the Vikings. In the village of Tursia, people cultivated the land, traded, made sacrifices to the gods, and ate large amounts of pork. Both the Vikings and the Novgorodians sought the riches of the Häme wilderness; however, one small village of indomitable Häme folk still held out against the enemy...
To celebrate the centennial of Finnish independence, the Birckala 1017 exhibition allows visitors to travel through time and visit a village in Northern Häme a millennium ago.
You will get to know smithing skills, about cooking outdoors, and the principles that guided life for the Finns of the past.
This exhibition offers plenty to see, do and learn for the whole family.