Museum has three parts - overall history of skiing in Finland, second part is dedicated to champions in Ski Jumps and third part - you could play as a kid in activities like trying to jump in simulator, downhill skiing or try to biatlon race. There is small cafeteria with drinks and sandwiches and museum shop. Unfortunatelly we havent opportunity to go to observation teracce in the jumping hill because of our small group of people (at least they said 10 persons). Real jumping hills are so different than in TV. Surprise: Below the largest Jumping hill is a swimming pool (in summer).
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