Verla is a UNESCO World Heritage site that captures an interesting phase of development in Finland’s history.

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Due to restrictions we recommend pre-booking tickets. Safety is important to us. Please, only visit us if you are healthy. Our region has a valid mask recommendation. Wear a mask when visiting us. Take care of each other.

Museum Opening Hours

The Verla Mill Museum is open during the summer season: 

from 2 May to 30 September, Tuesday to Sunday, 11:00–16:00.
From Midsummer to 15 August, the museum is open every day, 10:00–18:00. 

The museum is closed on Midsummer’s Eve and during the winter season.

Verla is a unique UNESCO World Heritage site that brings the turn of the 20th century to life.

Culture, history, architecture, activities and nature come together at this multifaceted site.

On our renewed Forest trail you can hear the forest speak.

Verla has something for everyone, from couples and families with children to school and work groups.

At Verla, you can stay in the mill village workers’ cottages in the middle of the World Heritage site.

Repovesi National Park and Kouvola’s other cultural attractions are just a short drive away.

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