When the weather is snowy, you can enjoy winter activities in various ways. For example, you can rent a sled from the ticket office and take a proper ride on the museum's village roads. Another option is sledding on the best hill at Rocca al Mare, the Three Windmills Hill. If road conditions permit, you can even experience a sleigh ride in the museum.

To warm up, it's worth stepping into the houses, sitting down for a while, and talking to the hostess about how people used to live in the past. Alongside storytelling, you can craft toys from natural materials, try writing with a quill and ink, or solve a crossword puzzle. Until the end of January, you can also play the Christmas Adventure game, gaining exciting knowledge about Christmas traditions.

The museum's domestic animals reside in the Kolga farm's log house, which is open to visitors on weekends and school holidays: from February 26 to March 3 and April 22 to 28. Guided tours with the hostess take place in the barn at 11:00, 13:00, and 15:00. In the building's exhibition area, there is a hands-on exhibition called "Every Little Step Counts," where both young and old visitors can learn through play about life on a farm in the old days and discuss what lessons we can learn from it today.

After a long walk, it's delightful to visit Kolu Inn and enjoy a tasty meal.