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I found this to be an interesting exhibit, in two parts. We were lucky to have a Sami man, Ante Aikio, do the presentation for us. Indoors first, in the hotel Panorama on the hill in Levi, there were photos, artifacts, and information panels. As...More
I have been to several Sámi museums, and I must say that I actually learned new things here ! The whole exhibition focuses on Finnish Sámis and does a greta job at it. There's a mixture of photography, facts, and a few actual items. The...More
Indoor exhibition is not too exciting, there you will find some pictutes, examples of national costumes and read about some Sami history, traditions and culture. Outside you will see installations of small Sami turf houses and... RAINDEERS! Ticket will cost you 12 euros, also you...More
We visited the Samiland exhibition before we went to the Panorama restaurant for an evening meal. It was an interesting exhibition, mainly writing and pictures but it also had an outside area where you could see Sami structures (or just about see them under the...More
Great place to understand a little of the Sami culture, the inside exhibition explained about the different times of year and gave an insight to the daily routines. The outside exhibition, although at this time of year, January, is covered an about 3 foot of...More
Offers a great insight to sami history and a chance to feed reindeer's... there is a lot to read so I could see kids getting bored fast indoors as there isn't really anything to interact with. But I have to say the reindeer made it...More
Samiland is a short ride up the piste on the gondola from Levi centre. The gondola cost a few euro and is payable in zero point about 1 min walk away. Samiland is 12 euro and less for children ( under 6 go free). It...More
The inside part of the museum was alright but not extraordinary. But it does give a good picture about the sami population.The outside was not pleasant at all because you are being chased by 100 musquito's.