Koskenkorva Museum & Könni Museum
Koskenkorva Museum is located in the Koskenkorva Village, right next to the famous vodka distillery. It is filled with stories about the history of alcohol in Finland, the iconic national spirit Koskenkorva, and other interesting topics. In the same yard, we have the Könni Museum which tells the story of the famous local clockmakers. Both museums are owned by the Koskenkorva family.
During summer season (June-beginning of August) we are open for visitors to pop by, along with out summer cafe.
During fall and winter seasons, we are open only by reservations beforehand. Private tours are possible during weekdays and weekends, contact us with the form below or at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Alcohol in Finland: stories from the age of home distillation, via the prohibition to current times
Koskenkorva and the distillery: Everything about the Koskenkorva village, distillery and its products
Könnit – clockmakers: The famous clockmakers from Ilmajoki and their finest achievements
Private tour pricing:
1-30 persons, duration 1,5H
+ KÖNNI MUSEum
1-50 persons, duration 2H
a shot of KOSKENKORVA
from the worlds best selection
KOSKENKORVAN tasting set
3 X 2CL of different koskenkorvas
Private tours include comprehensive presentations about the subject by the Koskenkorva family!
Get a comprehensive inroduction to Koskenkorva from the Koskenkorva family! For private tours, Koskenkorva Museum can seat about 30-40 persons and Könni Museum 20 persons.
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Our bar has the world’s largest selection of spirits from the distillery next door! Tastings of all kinds are available.
Bottled cocktails and many local drinks, ciders and craft beers are available to go from our shop. We also have plenty of souvenirs and other memorabilia from the village!
souvenirs & memorabilia
The Museum shop has lots of unique Koskenkorvan items for sale, including out famous Sauna Suits and books written by the Museum host! You can view the selection also in our web shop (currently in Finnish).
To treat and entertain guests well
The place to be treated and entertained especially well!