This summer 2019 you can experience what life was like in Ostrobothnia in the beginning of the 1990s. You can choose to try your hand at everyday chores as they were done then, or simply observe and hear about the lifestyle and work methods of the era.
Guided tours of the museum village
12.30 pm Old-fashioned school lesson in Stundars Village School. Length 30 minutes. This School day starts with teacher checking clean ears and nails, followed by a compiled lesson with reading, writing and mathematics.
2 pm Guided tour. Length 45 minutes. The guided tour takes you through the Country Shop, Farmstead and other cottages in Museum village showing how people lived and worked hundred years ago on the Swedish-speaking countryside in Ostrobothnia. Swedish, Finnish, English
MONDAY – FRIDAY
11 am Children’s tour. NEW! Length 20 minutes. A short guided tour where we in a playful way imagine what children were eating, how they were sleeping and what chores they did in Stundars Farmstead hundred years ago. Swedish, Finnish, English
11 am – 2.30 pm Tuesday Animal Drop-in. NEW! Join us to feed the animals, spend some quality time with our rabbits, patting the goats and the sheep or even brush the pony. Activities start every hour on the hour. Swedish, Finnish, English
11.30 am Domestic Animal Tour. NEW! Length 45 minutes. We make a visit to the Domestic Animals at Stundars. What are their favorite food and how does a sheep for example spend their day? Swedish, Finnish, English
Please book in advance if you require a guided tour at another time or if you want a tour for your own group. For futher information please go to our website: www.stundars.fi and follow us on social media.
Dramatised tours in July
During July, dramatised tours will be given in the museum village Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, at 1 pm in Swedish and 3 pm in Finnish (9-31.7.2019)
We are pleased to announce a new feature opening during the summer of 2019! – our Play Farmhous! Here, in an authentic atmosphere, children can imagine they are part of old-fashioned country life. In the Play Barn, our wooden animals need to be fed and cared for by small farmhands. In the Children´s Country Shop, young visitors can have fun weighing, measuring, buying and selling goods. In the Carpenter´s Workshop there are real tools and children can have a go at hammering and sawing. Various arts and crafts events take place in the museum village during the summer season. Please go to our website and follow Stundars on social media for up-to-date information.
Stundars Animal Barn
All our animals here at Stundars will be moving to a totally new area in the museum village this summer. At the new animal park there will be guided tours, allowing visitors to see how the animals are fed and tented. The Stundars animals are sheep, goats, hens and rabbits.