Centuries of History as the Island of Lepers and the Insane
Location: Southwest Finland, Parainen (www.parainen.fi).
Visit: Year-round ferry service The Museum Church is open in summer. Guided tours are available. More information on connections and timetables
Instructions and rules: The Seili Island is a fixed relic site, which may not be excavated, covered or damage in any way under the Antiquities Act (www.nba.fi). Campfires are also prohibited.
Sights and activities: The Museum Church dating back to the 1700s and the island's grim history. The 1.3 km trail across the island of Seili, equipped with signage, leads visitors through a magnificent island landscape. More information on the special features of Seili
Services: Seili Summer Kiosk, ferry service, visitors' berth, guided tours, a public toilet. Services provided by partners are available. More information about services on Seili
Suitability: A charming destination for friends of history and the archipelago. The island has no special services for the disabled, but the terrain is mainly easy. The island is accessible for prams.
The address of this page: www.nationalparks.fi/seili.
The Museum Church and parts of Seili island are managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland.