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The Lotta Museum is a professionally run specialist museum that records and documents the history of the Lotta Svärd organization and studies the volunteer work of women as part of the history of Finland. The Museum is maintained by the Lotta Svärd...more
Very interesting Lotta Svärd museum in Tuusula. There are many interesting items which tells the story of Lotta Svärd. There is avalaible an 30min guidance (audio + video) and it's worth to see/hear.
Lovely building, nice cafe and small shop too.
We had a lecture booked for our visit, and this was very educational. The guide gave a thorough presentation of the Lotta organisation’s history, and with this in mind our walk through the museum got a lot more interesting. What a group of women this...More
We learnt a great deal about the major work done by Finnish women in social care and wartime auxiliary capacities in 20th century. Well explained story of the Lotta Svard movement and its national and international significance. Well worth a visit. Good English translations of...More
Visited with a Finnish friend.It is a beautiful setting on Lake Tuusala but you will need transport.Beautifully laid out museum showing the work done by woman during the wars It was laid out along the lines of a military service and really combined the work...More
Lotta Svärd Museum is owned by Lotta Svärd Foundation. It is located in Tuusula around 30 km from Helsinki Center. Easiest to go by own car. It is composed of the museum, museum shop and a cafe. Really worthwhile to visit. The museum is small...More
Lotta Museum is located beside lake Tuusula. at autumn there is a festival taking place on Järvitie of Tuusula, when Lotta Museum is organizing buffet to everyone. As well there is many other happening on same road same time. Other good timing is come at...More
We were taken here by our Finnish friend as part of the cultural home of the Finnish people and it is a traditional café serving good coffee and traditional pastries and more substantial lunch items. There are photos on the walls showing how the cooperative...More
To really appreciate this place one needs to know a bit of Finland's efforts in the second World War. Without the support of these women, (Lottas) it would not have been possible to fight the Soviets to a standstill -- and keep Finland independent. The...More