It’s Friday again, dear blog friends and today I’ll take you to a small home museum in Hämeenlinna that we visited in the autumn when we went to see Selma and Silva for the first time.
Built in 1861, the Palander House is a home museum located in the center of Hämeenlinna. The museum presents the way of life and urban living of the middle-class bourgeoisie in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition to the main exhibition, the museum has two seasonal exhibitions each year: Christmas and Easter.
The October Saturday was quiet in the museum, only one visitor in addition to me and DH. I found it interesting to see the house, furniture and indoor decoration style. In this museum there was not much art or paintings, but still it was worth a visit.