The Turku Biological Museum opened on 15 July 1907. The story of the museum starts in 1902 when the Turku City Council received an anonymous donation for 50 000 marks for an unspecified purpose. Later it was revealed that the donation had been made by Alfred Jacobsson, the vice consul for Sweden, and his wife Hélène.
The shop in the Biological Museum was completely remodeled in 2013. You will find a diverse selection of nature themed items such as books, postcards, jewelry, ornaments and handmade design products. There are also plenty of fun things for children including toys, children’s books, puzzles and various inspiring tools for crafts and outdoor games.
NB. Cash is not accepted for the time being due to Covid-19.
The closing event of the LUMODI project. The workshop will present the results of the LUMODI project research and discuss future options.
The workshop will present the results of the LUMODI project research and discuss future options.