Kierikki Stone Age Centre is located by the River Iijoki on a Stone Age residential area. At Kierikki Stone Age Centre, you can travel back thousands of years into the northern past and learn about researching the Stone Age.

The archaeological exhibition at Kierikki Stone Age Centre exhibits Stone Age in both Finland and especially in the Kierikki area in a diverse and illustrative way. The exhibition tells a fascinating story about the early prehistoric stages of Northern Ostrobothnia, starting with the Ice Age and ending to the end the end of the Stone Age. In the Stone Age village, you can try everyday Stone Age chores such as archery and making stone objects. The trap path with its traps is a proof of the Stone Age people’s inventiveness.

The main building of Kierikki Stone Age Centre, completed in 2001, represents the top expertise in Finnish log construction and is one of the largest modern log buildings in the Nordic countries.