Käräjämäki Hill

The emblem of the historical sites managed by MetsähallitusKäräjämäki hill was inhabited as early as the Stone Age, when Eura was still located by the sea. The hill was a burial ground during the Iron Age. It is best known for the mysterious stone circle known as ‘Court circle' or ‘judges' stones' that stands guard above two graves. Käräjämäki is one of Finland's most famous antiquities.

Iron Age Cemetery

Location of Käräjämäki in FinlandLocation: Southern Finland, Satakunta, Eura (www.eura.fi)

Visit: There is no entrance fee to Käräjämäki hill. Read more about visiting the Käräjämäki hill.

Instructions and rules: The Käräjämäki Hill 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: Käräjämäki hill, the information centre of ancient history, the Naurava Lohikäärme (www.eura.fi), run by the municipality of Eura.

Services: Guided tours for groups are available by advance reservation, subject to a charge, and are organised by the guide association Alasatakunnan oppaat ry (Facebook); town centre services less than 1 km away.

Suitability: Ideal for the whole family.

The address of this page www.nationalparks.fi/karajamaki

The site is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland.

Customer Service

Tel. +358 206 39 4620

See Directions: By Public Transportation to Käräjämäki

See Directions: By Car to Käräjämäki

Excursionmap.fi: Käräjämäki Hill

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