The Degerby Igor Museum tells about the eleven years when the Porkkala area including Degerby was leased to the Soviet Union as a naval base. The village council of Degerby opened the museum in 1997. Today the museum consists of two buildings: the old red outhouse that was restored in 2002 and the yellow house, village office Rosenberg that served as the municipal hall of Degerby until the fall of 1944.

Read more about our exhibitions!

NB! The Igor museum is closed in January-March 2021.  We are now working with the exhibitions for 2021 season and hope we will be able to see you from April 10th on.

 

The museum is open in June, July, August 2020 Tuesdays to Saturdays 11-16, from September on Saturdays 12-16, and at other times by agreement. Please call preferably one day in advance! 

Groups booked in advance are prioritized. Groups should always be booked in advance!


Our prices 2021:
During opening hours: 10 per person, children older than 7 years: 3 €
Groups: 7 € per person plus a guiding fee of 45 €. Groups over 25 persons pay for two guides (45+40=85 €).
Coffee can be arranged if booked in advance. Coffee and a bun 4 € per person.

 

Some new themes for 2021:

- Survival from 1944, and onwards

- Our Lord in the Porkkala woods

- The Santa of Degerby - a special project for children

- A virtual tour to some Soviet bunkers

- Västankvarn 1918 - a guided tour

We are happy to arrange a visit for you! Please contact us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us +358405418526

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