There are many interesting museums in Loviisa.
The Town Museum of Loviisa is located in the Commandant´s House, which dates from 1755.
A unique private collection of old farming equipment exhibited.
Accessible with a wheel chair.
The smallest shop museum in Finland is a private museum with shop objects from the 1950s and 1960s displayed.
The Maritime Museum has collections and exhibitions related to the town’s seafaring history. One of the museum’s pearls is the saloon of the steamboat s/s Virgo.
There is a small shop called Kesäkipparit in the museum.
The museum is open summertime.
Accessibility: Ramp to the first floor, stairs to the other floors.
Museum in the Upper Forge at the Strömfors Iron Works.
Bolinder Steam Engine and a Local Museum.
Open in summers and for groups by advance booking.
Viirilä local museum in Kuninkaankylä village in Ruotsinpyhtää.