It's a big old castle, certainly worth the (small) price of admission. You can see what passed for luxury accommodations a few hundred years ago - and how small people used to be, judging from how low the door arches are! But even more interesting to me was the military museum next door, dedicated to the Winter War between Finland and Russia. I'd consider it and Hame Castle one attraction, since they're adjacent and both focus on Finnish military history, even though admission is separate. If you're at all interested in military history, check it out; some exhibits are not labeled in English, but others are, and it's a worthy tribute to the incredible heroism the Finnish defenders showed in the war. Anyway, near the military museum is a Finnish military surplus shop... perfect for souvenirs!
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