The Forssa Nature Museum exhibits Southwest Häme's nature and nature conservation efforts and is located in Forssa's historical Kehräämö area.
Pekka Lehtonen: Kuikkajärvi
The exhibition photos are from a lake in central Finland where nearly 200 pairs of loons live.
Children's nature club
Registration for the autumn season is now open!
|LOCATION||OPEN IN THE WINTER SEASON||ENTRANCE FEE|
|Wahreninkatu 4, Entrance A, Forssa||Wed & Fri 12 –4 pm|
Sat 10 am – 2 pm
Sun 12 – 4 pm
|5 € / 2 €|
free for children, LHLY members & museum card holders
The story of Forssa Nature Museum
The first steps towards the establishment of the Forssa Museum of Natural History were taken in 1951, when The South-West Häme Commission on Conservation of Nature was founded as a division of The South-West Häme Regional and Museum Society. This society - Finland's first local one of the field - became an independent registered society in 1956 as The Nature Conservation Society of South-West Häme. Read more.