The Lohilammi Museum is an old horse farm estate from the 18th century. The museum has a collection of peasant objects, most of which are from the Western Uusimaa area gathered by the farmer Johannes Lohilammi. A few objects that belonged to Elias Lönnrot and a church room and a circular schoolroom are also on display. The grounds have the main building, a traditional life-annuity house, a loft shed, stables, and a shed for transportation equipment. The old cow-house is used as a culture and environmental centre for children and youth as well as a space for exhibitions.
8.6.-30.6. Sat and Sun 12.00-16.00
Closed on Saturday 22.6.
1.7.-31.7. Wed - Sun 12.00-16.00
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
1.8.-11.8. Sat and Sun 12.00-16.00
Entrance fees and contact:
2 €/ 1 €. The Lohja Museum phone (019) 369 4202, 044 369 1309
Valkamäentie 2, 09220 Sammatti