Åland´s Hunting and Fishing Museum


Situated on red granite rocks, surrounded by the scenic and historical surroundings that is Käringsund, lies Åland’s Hunting and Fishing Museum. The museum, which resembles a collection of boathouses, is designed by the Folke Wickström, a well-known architect from the Åland Islands. Inside the museum, the different hunting and fishing gears and fauna tell a story about life in the archipelago as well as the Åland Islands nature and culture – yesterday, today and tomorrow. 

Opening hours

14.5-23.6 Tuesday-Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
24.6-18.8 Monday-Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
19.8-1.9 Tuesday-Sunday 10 am – 5pm


Åland’s Hunting and Fishing Museum is located in Käringsund fishing village on Eckerö, western part of the Åland Islands


The museum is accessible for persons with mobility disabilities. You are able to access the museum by ramps both inside and outside.


Adult 8 €
Children 7-17 years 5 €
Seniors/students 5 €


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