The First Centuries of Old Rauma exhibition
The exhibition digs deep into the early history of Rauma. The exhibition focuses on the first three centuries of the town: the 1400s, the 1500s and the 1600s. In 1442, Charles VIII of Sweden, the ruler of Finland, gave the bourgeois of Rauma the rights to do commerce in the same way as the bourgeois in Turku. Rauma became the fifth town in medieval Finland (others being Turku, Vyborg, Ulvila and Porvoo).
The exhibition is on display in the Old Town Hall, Kauppakatu 13.
Entrance fees: Adults 6 €/3 €, Students 3 €, Museum Card, Under 18-years-olds free.