mustionlinna 2024Mustio Manor is one of the most precious manor houses in Finland with a history of more than two hundred years.

The Manor is situated about 80km west of Helsinki along the Finnish coast, in western Uusimaa in the County of Raseborg in a small village named Svartå in Swedish or Mustio in Finnish.

Today the manor is a museum open to the public, complete with guided tours in many languages. The museum can only be visited with a guide during the guided tours.

The wooden Mustio Manor is nestled in one of the biggest private historical parks in Finland.

The interior is restored to its original state with its different tiled stoves, Gustavian furniture, and original parquet floors.

Mustio Manor can be visited with our guides, who will describe the history and the interesting personalities connected to Mustio Manor.

Our guide can also put focus on special interests like furniture, paintings, family history, or ghost stories and anecdotes.

The tour in the manor takes approximately 45 minutes and is offered in Finnish.
Tours in Swedish, English, German, French, or Russian can be arranged by agreement by pre-booking.

We can only welcome a restricted amount of persons to the tour, please pre-book.

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The Manor shop open 25.6. – 11.8.2024

Tuesday – thursday  
Saturday and sunday 
Closed on Mondays and Fridays

Guided tours 25.6. – 11.8.2024:

Tuesday – Thursday 10:00 / 11:30 / 12:45 / 14:30
Saturday 10:00 / 11:30 / 14:30
Sunday 10:00 / 11:30
Closed on Mondays and Fridays

Please note, the general tours are in Finnich.


15 € / adult
Guests under 18 years old are welcome free of charge, when accompanied by an adult.

Webshop prices
12 € / adult
Guests under 18 years old are welcome free of charge, when accompanied by an adult.

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Private guided tours
12 € / person, minimun fee 150 €.
Pre-booking needed.

The Museum Card is not accepted as a payment method in our museum, café, or other services.
For admission and other services, we accept the most common bank and credit cards, as well as cash.

We reserve the right to changes.


For the open tours, the group size can be up to 50 persons.


The front door of the museum is locked and is opened when the tour begins by the guide. Please be on time for the tour and bring your receipt of payment with you.


If you are late, please inform us if possible. The front door of the Castle is locked when the tour begins. If you are late and arrive after the door is closed, please ask for help from the hotel reception. The front desk is in the same building as the restaurant, opposite the museum, beside the Stable conference building. Map over the area


If it rains, please be aware that there is no rain shelter outside the Castle. In the reception, you can find umbrellas for sale.

There is no room for waiting in the Restaurant if fully booked. The space at the entrance of the restaurant and the reception is also limited. On the restaurant's second floor, you find the restrooms. Here is also a cabinet where you can wait if not occupied.


It's also possible to order private guided tours throughout the year, please contact our sales office for prices and bookings.


Mustio Manor is under the supervision of the Finnish National Board of Antiquities. There is camera surveillance in the Manor House. As a guest in the museum, you are responsible for any damage you may cause. If you book for a group, the one who made the reservation is responsible for any damages made by the group.

Children should be accompanied by an adult, children are the adult's responsibility.

We kindly ask you to let us know of any physical challenges. There is no elevator in the old manor house. There is a ramp available for entering the building. It is possible to have most of the guided tour on the first floor of the museum.

As a guest in the museum, you are responsible for any damage you may cause. Children should be under the supervision of their parents and are their parent's responsibility.

Mustio manor is maintained through business profit:

Magnus Linder bought back his childhood home and started the business in 1985. Mustio Manor is owned by the Linder family. The manor house has been run by a foundation since Magnus Linder's death and is under the supervision of the Finnish National Board of Antiquities.

The owners do not take out any profit from the business but preserve the historically important area for the public and the coming generations according to Magnus Linder's wishes. Any profit is used to maintain, restore, and develop the area and buildings.

Thus, we want to thank all our guests! By visiting Mustio Manor and using our services you contribute to helping us preserve this important historical cultural heritage for coming generations.

Thank you and we warmly welcome you to Mustio Manor!