Naantali Museum is situated in the heart of the Old Town, a short walking distance from the guest harbour. Hiilola House, which has been a museum since the 1920’s, takes the visitor to the 19th century interiors which reflect the bourgeois lifestyle in a small town. The atmosphere is charming and peaceful.
Sau-Kallio House at the end of the garden shows how craftsmen used to live. All the museum buildings are situated in their original sites in a central location by the former market place. In the courtyard, which you can visit even though you don’t want to go inside the museum, stands an old oak tree. There is also a rose garden, an herb garden and the old spring water pavilion of Viluluoto Well.
The second part of the museum, Humppi, is situated diagonally next to the Hiilola Museum building on the other side of the park. Here you can see an exhibition of the history of the convent of Naantali and the historic layers of the town.