Sámi Siida – Márkanbáiki

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”The outdoor museum is sweet and informative, but the shining star is the interaction with the reindeer.”

 

–  Maria, 2018

Márkanbáiki is an easily accessible, vibrant meeting place in Jukkasjärvi for day visitors who want to engage their senses to experience Sápmi.

Get up close and personal with reindeer and stroll through the outdoor exhibition area. There is plenty of open spaces and the playground Mini-Sápmi invites the young generation to play and learn.

Try traditional Sámi food and enjoy ’fika’ in charming Café Sápmi or the outdoor serving area. 

As a reminder of your visit you surely find some special item in our on-site handicraft shop.

Summer opening hours

Open Wednesday – Sunday, 3 July – 16 August 2020, 11.00 – 15.00.
Open Friday – Sunday, 17 – 30 August 2020, 11.00 – 15.00.

Café Sápmi

Lunch/coffee/pastries in the lávvu-like restaurant and in the outdoor serving area: 11.00 – 15.00

* Gurpi (smoked reindeer meat) 

* Waffles and ’fika’

* Freshly boiled coffee, tea and refreshments

Some variation in supply may occur depending on the supply of raw materials

 

Admission fee

Adult: SEK 180

Child (0-15 years): for free per paying adult (1+1); otherwise SEK 80
Student (with valid student ID)/Senior (65+): SEK 120

Tickets are bought on site in the shop; free entrance to café and shop.

 

Highlights

  • Get up close and personal with reindeer
  • Learn more about the Sámi culture
  • Order and taste traditional Sámi food in Café Sápmi
  • Playground Mini-Sápmi 
  • Look at and shop some amazing local arts and craft

Find us!

Address: Marknadsvägen 2 in SE – 981 91 Jukkasjärvi
Directions: Next to Jukkasjärvi church and in 900 meter from Icehotel. 15 km from Kiruna Airport and 20 km from central Kiruna.
Local bus #501 (bus stop ”Jukkasjärvi Kyrkan”)

 

Krisinformation.se (in English) about restrictions and prohibitions with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic and travelling to/within Sweden.
Nutti Sámi complies with the regulations on temporary communicable disease control measures at venues serving food and drinks in order to prevent spread of the virus that causes covid-19.