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Home of Aleksis Kivi

Palojoentie 271,
01940 Palojoki

Birth home of Finland's national writer Aleksis Kivi.

 

Finland's national writer Aleksis Kivi was born in the village of Palojoki in Nurmijrvi on 10 October 1834. The house where Aleksis Kivi lived was built in 1824 by his father Erik Stenvall, a tailor, right in the centre of the village.

At the age of 12, talented Aleksis Kivi was sent to school in Helsinki. However, his childhood home and its surroundings remained dear to him all his life. The landscapes and people of Nurmijrvi had a profound impact on Kivi's writing. These landscapes and their changes are presented in the photograph exhibition upstairs.

The Aleksis Kivi Society bought the house in 1947 and restored it to its original condition. The museum is furnished as a historic 19th century home and some of the objects currently displayed in the museum are originally from the Stenvall house.

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Home of Aleksis Kivi
Palojoentie 271, 01940 Palojoki

040 317 4148

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Opening hours

Mon Closed
Tue Closed
Wed Closed
Thu Closed
Fri Closed
Sat Closed
Sun Closed

During winter time only by appointment +358 40 317 4148.

Guided tours

Guidance by appointment, 040 317 4148.