The Kordelin chapel, located at the old cemetery, was built and donated to the parish by the relatives of Alfred Kordelin. Alfred Kordelin, who was a respected tradesman and was given the honorary title of agricultural counsellor, was buried in Rauma and his grave and a memorial monument are located in the cellar of the chapel. The chapel was designed by architect Lars Sonck and it was completed in 1921.
The original lookout tower in the harbour served the boats in the harbour and at sea. The original tower was taken down in 1956 and the new tower was completed in 1992 by volunteers.
The current tower by the Syvärauma bay is a duplicate of the original tower. Kiikartorni Lookout Tower is 18.6 metres high. A piece of the most beautiful archipelago scenery in Rauma is shown on top, and additionally you can observe the active boat traffic in the marina.
Kiikartorni Lookout Tower is a destination of Rauma Museum and a Tracing the Past destination.
Kitukränn, often cited as the narrowest street in Finland, runs between Kuninkaankatu and Kauppakatu. Along Kitukränn, you will find an old prohibition sign typeset in Fraktur.
The cross-shaped wooden church in Kodisjoki was built in 1906. It was designed by organist Johan Frederik Lindegren from Rauma. The church seats approximately 250 people. Soldier’s graves and monuments lie at the cemetery around the church.
The church in Lappi was completed in 1760, and it is one of the oldest wooden churches in the region. The church seats approximately 650 people. The bell tower was originally built next to the stone wall of the cemetery, but was moved to the hill in the early 19th century. Lappi is located approximately 20 km from the centre of Rauma.
Inspira ry, an art association in Rauma, organises several summer exhibitions every year by the sea in Nokka art croft.
The ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity are located by the Fish Market. The church was destroyed in a fire in 1640.
The Church of the Holy Cross in Old Rauma is the main church of Rauma parish. Around the time that the town was established, a Fransiscan brotherhood built a monastery and a church in Rauma. The church was inaugurated in 1512. The Catholic monastery was later closed and the church became a Lutheran church, the Church of Holy Cross.
The medieval wall and arch paintings in the two-aisle grey granite church tell the whole Biblical history of salvation in short. The clock tower was built in 1816 and stones from the ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity were used to build it. The whitewashed tower has served as a landmark for the seafarers. The church seats approximately 800 people.
The Church of the Holy Cross is open daily. Check the opening hours.
Rauma Water Tower offers a spectacular view over the centre of the town and all the way to the sea.
Väinö and Hilma Ylen’s folklore art exhibition showcases over 500 plaster or concrete figures of humans and animals doing various everyday chores.
Old Rauma Renovation Centre Tammela exhibits how culturally and historically significant timber buildings are renovated and maintained. Tammela also houses exhibitions on traditional construction and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
From Poroholma Holiday Centre you will find beautiful sailing ship harbour with three historical sailing ships. Brig Gerda is not only the largest tall ship in sailing condition, but the only raw sailed tall ship in Finland. Ship is suitable as a private party venue and you will find also sauna and accommodation services from the ship. Kathrina is exceptionally wellbuilt 3-masted schooner that you will find from Poroholma in midsummer. Two-masted sailing ship Marita was originally built 1947 as cargo vessel. Kathrina and Marita serves as a restaurant ships.