Pahkalantie 447 A
The Kierikki Centre and the reconstructed Stone Age village, located on the banks of the river Iijoki, form a unique combination telling about Finnish prehistory. Ongoing excavations, an archaeological exhibition with finds dating up to 5,000 BC, and hands-on activities at the Stone Age Village enhance the fascinating view of how people lived in Stone Age Finland.
The architectural award-winning Kierikki main building is the largest log building in Scandinavia. It houses an archaeological exhibition, a well-equipped auditorium with film presentations, and a restaurant. The museum shop offers unique gifts and souvenirs.
Tue-Fri 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sat 12 - 4 p.m.
On request beyond regular opening hours.
Closed during national holidays. Closed on November 6th, 2010. Closed during Christmas time: from December 24th, 2010 to January 3rd, 2011.