Located in the village of Koskenkorva, next to the famous vodka distillery, Koskenkorvan Trahteeri offers experiences you will never forget!
In the summer months, Trahteeri’s yard houses an outdoor café that serves local delicacies and beverages. The café also has a shop where you can buy beverages and souvenirs made locally. Children find plenty to do in Trahteeri’s large garden, which is also home to some chickens.
Koskenkorva Museum’s exhibits the history of alcoholic beverages in Finland, from the age of moonshine and prohibition to the building and operation and products of the Koskenkorva distillery. The museum also houses a pub, which serves the world’s most extensive selection of Koskenkorva drinks! At the museum shop, visitors can buy local souvenirs and high-quality beverages (max. 5.5% alcohol). You can read more about the museum’s exhibition on Trahteeri’s website.
The new Könni Museum offers an introduction to the work and lives of Ilmajoki’s famous clocksmiths.
In the summer, the museums charge an entrance fee of €7/€5 (free entrance with the Museum Card) but you can access the café and terrace free of charge.
Opening hours in 2023 from 13 June to 5 August:
Tue–Fri 12 noon–6 pm
Sat 11 am–4 pm
Closed on Sundays and Mondays
You can book guided tours and tasting events at other times, also. Trahteeri’s lovely saunas are open to the public on summer Wednesdays, and you can also book one for private use.