The Siida Inari Sami Museum, located in the town of Inari, an important town in the Finnish Lapland region, is a newly built museum about the culture and history of the Sami people in Lapland. The museum contains exhibits, Multimedia audio-visual and other methods show the geography, climate, flora and fauna of Lapland, as well as the history of the Sami people's struggle to survive on this icy land, and the splendid culture that came out of it.
The collections are good, full of praise, and the layout is also very good. I learned a lot of local history here, so this kind of museum is really a very good mapping.
Back from the ice lake, went to the large Sami Museum. The Sami Museum is more vivid than the Arctic Museum I visited before. There are many image photos and outdoor physical displays. Show Lapland’s Arctic natural scenery and the living conditions of the Saami people.
It’s not bad to have a look. It will introduce the history, culture and traditions of the Sami people in detail. The inari hotel is not far away, and the service staff are very enthusiastic. Some Sami handicrafts are also sold. You can go around in bad weather.
The Sami Museum is to watch the history and development of the Arctic Circle. The museum displays the importance of Arctic icebergs to humans and the accidents in the development of icebergs.
Preston_Dominguez: Lustontie 1, Punkaharju 58450 , Finland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Siida - Sami Museum and Nature Centre,Inarin Hopea,Pielpajarvi Wilderness Church,,Siida