Guided tour in Swedish at Pentala Archipelago Museum: Gurlis hus

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Gurli’s house is the heart of the Pentala Archipelago Museum. The guided tour of the home museum takes a dive into the realities of life in the archipelago and introduces you to the fisherman Arvid Nyholm and his wife Gurli in Swedish. Their marriage lasted for decades and after Arvid’s death, Gurli remained on Pentala Island as its last year-round resident. Her personal items have now been brought back to their original locations in the house.

The visit to Gurli’s house is possible only in presence of a guide on pre-announced dates. Length around 30 minutes. The maximum capacity of each tour is 5 persons. 

Information and location


Sat 2021-07-24 13:00 - 13:30


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Pentala Archipelago Museum

Pentala 44, 02380 Espoo


Espoo City Museum

Contact information

+358 43 825 2641

Price, euro


Additional information; price, ticket sales

Tickets: EUR 7 for adults, EUR 5 for persons entitled to a discount. Free entry for persons under 18 years of age and for Museum Card holders. Claim a ticket at the museum’s information desk before the tour begins.

The maximum amount of people on each tour is 5 persons, filled in the order of registration. You can make a reservation for a tour on the same day by calling us, not with messages: Pentala Archipelago Museum, +358 43 8252 641 (10 am–3 pm).