The Museum of Worker Housing, belonging to the Helsinki City Museum, tells about workers in Helsinki in 1909-1980, their ... More
Museum of Worker Housing (Työväenasuntomuseo)
The Museum of Worker Housing, belonging to the Helsinki City Museum, tells about workers in Helsinki in 1909-1980, their times and how they lived. The museum consists of four wooden council houses built in 1909 by A. Nyberg. They include the reconstruction of the living space of nine different families whose periods of life cover the aforementioned time-span.
A grand colonial mansion named after its original owner and 19th century State Premier, Sir Henry Ayers, Ayers House Museum
illustrates Victorian life as lived “above & below stairs”. A property of the National Trust of South Australia, the ...
Protestant missionaries established their headquarters on this site in 1820. The prim New England style white Frame House dates to
1821. The Coral House, so named because it was built from blocks of coral, houses the original iron and ...
Short story writer William Sydney Porter, whose pen name was O. Henry, lived in this home for three years while
he spent time in Austin. It was constructed in 1891 and is filled with rare books, O. Henry's writing ...