Museum & Café – Winter

A vibrant meeting place for day visitors

The outdoor museum is sweet and informative
Maria, 2018

Márkanbáiki is an open-air museum with a focus on Sami culture. Discover Sápmis history and find out how we once lived according to our eight seasons, and through customs, work and traditions survived a nomadic life in the arctic. You can also learn more about the modern lifestyle, reindeer herding and cultural expressions such as art and poetry. On top of this, you can visit some of our reindeer that graze daily at the museum grounds!

In the area we also got a handicraft shop where you can support our local creators by buying a handmade souvenir from the area. This is connected to Café Sápmi, where we serve both lunch and fika daily next to our crackling fire.

30 november – 18 april
open daily 10.00 – 16.00

22 april – 6 june
open tue - sat 10.00 – 16.00

6 june – 6 november
open daily 10.00 – 16.00

All exhibitions are outdoors and we recommend our guests to wear their warmest clothes to enjoy the visit, regardless of temperature.

Museum

The outdoor exhibitions contain lots of information about the Sámi culture. With everything from old buildings to modern technology, we both create a great experience and the opportunity to learn something new. The reindeer that graze on our grounds are a part of the exhibitions. You are welcome to go into the corrals, and to buy a bag of lichen to feed them on your own.

No prebooking needed, just drop in.
Open 10.00 – 16.00

Café Sápmi

In Café Sápmi, we serve both lunch and coffee daily next to our crackling fire. The food is based on traditional recipes, but often has a modern twist. Here you will find traditional raw materials, always locally produced and according to the season. We serve exciting drinks, good coffee and not least: the village's best coffee.
Vegan and vegarian options are always avaliable, and we try our best to adapt to your allergies and preferences.

No prebooking needed, just drop in.
Lunch service 11.00 – 15.30

Handicraft shop

In the shop you will find local handicrafts, such as horn designs, Sami silver jewelery and reindeer skins. You will also find a carefully selected range of deli products from Swedish Lapland.

No prebooking needed, just drop in.
Open 10.00 – 16.00

Guided tour

Can only be purchased as a supplement to the entrance ticket
Guided museum visit with reindeer feeding.
Start: 10.15. Length: 45 min. Limited number of seats.

Adult / Student / Senior: SEK 100.
Children (3-12 years): SEK 50.
Free for children under 3 years.


We have no guided tours during spring season, 22/4 - 16/3.

Entry

Adult: SEK 220.
Children (3-12 years): SEK 110.

Student / Senior (65+): SEK 180.
Toddlers (0-2 years): free in the company of a paid adult.
No entrance fee to shop and café.


During springtime, 22/4 - 6/6, the museum is free of charge due to the absence of reindeer and snowmelt.

Directions

Address Marknadsvägen 2 in Jukkasjärvi
Directions Next to Jukkasjärvi church and 900 meters from Icehotel. 15 km from Kiruna airport and 20 km from central Kiruna.
Local bus no. 501 (bus stop "Jukkasjärvi Kyrkan")

For group events please contact us at info@nutti.se