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This is a gem of a museum. Beautiful decor with interesting family history. Staff in the museum were exceptionally welcoming giving us a personal tour. There were themed rooms of 40s,50s,60s,70s,80s &90s with items you can interact with including retro computer games and old vinyl...More
Marela Museum house is part of a 3 museum bundle with your 8€ ticket (or free with Museum Card). The house was probably the largest and most luxurious house in Rauma at the end of the 19th century. The owner was a prosperous owner of...More
This is a great house to see how the wealthy of the 1700s and 1800s lived. It is worth spending the time to learn about the family history and the changing of ownership and why and see how new technologies were incorporated over the centuries....More
A trip to Finland would not be complete without visiting beautiful Old Rauma and it would be unfortunate to leave without learning some of the history. This house belonged to a wealthy seagoing merchant and philanthropist and has been lovingly preserved. We asked at reception...More
The richest man in Rauma lived in this house 150 years ago. The house was both his home and office and gives a good idea how his life was like. The museum is tidy, informative and well organised. I love Old Rauma and was hoping...More
I loved this little museum that allows you to see the way a wealthy shipping family lived. You can also see how modifications were made over the years. It was Lace Week during our visit, so we also got to see many displays of lace...More
The rooms of this house museum are full of period furniture and other decorations, giving a clear picture of the life of the wealthy of the late 1900s. Special features: decorative tile stoves, period costumes. During our visit was a special exhibition of regional folk...More