Information desk and museum shop Villa Rosengård
Espoo City Museum’s guides provide their services to you at Villa Rosengård’s information desk, and the museum shop has a selection of interesting literature, archipelago-inspired products, postcards and sweets. The shop accepts debit and credit cards.
Breakroom Lilla Villan
You can use Lilla Villan’s indoor tables to eat your own snacks. There is also a microwave. Potable water is provided by the City from the wall tap outside.
The museum area’s cafe offers sweet and savoury snacks. The cafe is open during the museum’s opening hours, and it is operated by the Archipelago Restaurant Paven. Enquiries: +358 (0)9 888 6923, firstname.lastname@example.org
Archipelago Restaurant Paven
Restaurant Paven is part of Esbo Segelförening’s sailing club pavilion and has an à la carte menu of culinary delights from the archipelago served during the summer months and on request. The pavilion also hosts private events, so please check availability on a specific date at facebook.com/saaristoravintolapaven. Enquiries: +358 (0)9 888 6923, email@example.com.
The museum area’s toilet, the accessible toilet and baby changing facilities are open during the museum’s opening hours. These are the island’s only public toilets.
Villa Rosengård and Lilla Villan are accessible via a ramp. The museum area’s accessible toilet and baby changing facilities are open during the museum’s opening hours.
The museum area is not completely accessible. The buildings have thresholds, steps and dimly lit indoor areas. Sand, wood chippings and rock dust have been used as surface materials on the pathways around the museum area. The nature trail is a forest path that has rocks, tree roots and wood chipping.
Pentala island’s nature trail
A nature trail runs from the museum area to Pentalanjärvi lake and the beautiful Diksand beach, introducing you to the island’s diverse archipelago nature.
The trail is not suitable for people with reduced mobility or for pushchairs. The 2.3-kilometre nature trail was built by the Espoo Environment Department.
The City of Espoo’s recreational area on Pentala island mostly consists of a nature reserve. Making a fire or spending the night on the island is not possible. Dogs must be kept on a lead. Please keep the archipelago environment clean! There are no public toilets or waste bins along the nature trail.