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Historically disappointing, but great art and baked goods

The main building is from 1738 and it's one of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in Finland, so... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2015
Suvi L
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Turku, Finland
One of the oldest wooden buildings in Finland

The Kuusisto manor is a beautiful building in a beautiful spot overlooking fields and the sea... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2018
lmsk2014
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Helsinki, Finland
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21 Jul 2018
“One of the oldest wooden buildings in Finland”
12 Sep 2017
“Gorgeous Manor set in rural seaside landscape”
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Reviewed 21 July 2018 via mobile

The Kuusisto manor is a beautiful building in a beautiful spot overlooking fields and the sea, close to the Kuusisto bishop's castle. The manor holds art exhibitions in the summer season, usually very good. The building and its big windows and large old rooms make...More

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Reviewed 12 September 2017

Beautiful, historic, 300 years old wooden manor, set in idyllic, rural seaside landscape, surrounded by apple orchards, farm fields and forest. Easy drive from Turku. Lovingly restored rooms turned gallery/art spaces, with lots of natural light and lovely views to the outside. Interesting and diverse...More

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Reviewed 29 June 2016

The manor may look impressive from the outside, but unfortunately there's nothing of the original furniture inside. The use of the manor has changed over the years and nowadays it serves as an exhebition facility. It was closed when I visited in May, but I...More

Thank MosseTurku
Reviewed 21 April 2015

The main building is from 1738 and it's one of the oldest surviving wooden buildings in Finland, so from a cultural point of view the area has a big significance. These days the manor functions as an art exhibition building (free admission, open June-August), and...More

1  Thank Suvi L
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