Paateri - the home and studio of sculptress Eva Ryynänen

Paateri - the home and studio of sculptress Eva Ryynänen

Paateri - the home and studio of sculptress Eva Ryynänen

Paateri - the home and studio of sculptress Eva Ryynänen

Paateri - the home and studio of sculptress Eva Ryynänen

Eva Ryynänen (1915–2001) was one of the most well known Finnish sculptors after 1950s. She used mainly wood as her main material. The main subjects of her art were children, animals, nature, fairy tale characters, Finnish mythology and chores of a farm house.

Paateri is situated in Vuonisjärvi, in a beautiful place near river and forest. Paateri consists of the artist's home, studio, church and café, all designed by the sculptress and full of her works of art.

 

Click here for driving directions to Paateri!

 

WELCOME!

 

OPENING HOURS OF SUMMER SEASON (14.5–15.9)

Open every day 10 AM-6 PM. Closed on Midsummer Eve (24.6).

 

ADMISSION FEES

Adult ticket

8,00 €/person

Group ticket

6,50 €/person (Group must include at least 10 adults)

Students and pensioners

6,50 €/person

Children under 18-year old

Free admission

Season ticket

14,00 €/person, valid until the end of the year

Combined ticket Paateri- Pielinen museum

13,00 €/person

Season ticket Paateri- Pielinen museum

20,00 €/person

Museum Card Free admission

 

Free admission

  • Children under 18-year old
  • Museum Card
  • ICOM card
  • Group leaders and bus drivers (Groups over 10 persons)
  • 15.6.2022
  • 29.8.2021
  • wedding, consert and church visitors

 

Guided tours

  • Guided tours in Finnish language are included in the admission fee during summer season (14.5.-15.9)
  • Guided tours in other languages must be reserved in advance. Contact info: tanja.p.rissanen@gmail.com or museo@lieksa.fi

 

Renting the Church of Paateri

It’s possible to rent the beautiful church of Paateri to private events such as weddings! Inquirys: museo@lieksa.fi

 

Contact info:

Paateri 21, FI-81560 Vuonislahti, tel. +358 40 1044 055

Inquiries about visits: tanja.p.rissanen@gmail.com or museo@lieksa.fi