Siida’s permanent exhibition tells about the interaction between nature, man and culture in the Sámi Homeland.
Our permanent exhibition links Sámi culture and northern nature to one another forming one whole, which offers a vivid and visual experience as well as an abundance of information. The Sámi Museum and the Nature Centre have worked together to produce the permanent exhibition.
The exhibition has two parts: the introductory exhibition, which includes information on the area’s past and helps visitors understand the area’s present, and the main exhibition, which has interwoven sections on Northern Lapland’s nature and the Sámi culture.
Siida’s Open-Air Museum area’s trail is approximately 800-metres-long and along the trail visitors can view around 50 buildings and structures, which are grouped by their cultural area and their intended use. The Open-Air Museum is open 1 June – 30 September every day according to the Siida’s opening hours. At other times, you can view the area, if weather conditions allow for this, but the buildings are closed due to security.
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