Skeppargården Pellas

Museum & café

Shipmaster`s homestead Pellas, "Skeppargården Pellas", is a museum opened during summertime which tells the story of the Aland islands important historic era called the farmer shipping era from around 1850-1920, a period that has been called the golden era of Aland. Skeppargården Pellas is also a museum over the Eriksson family that has lived on the farm for many generations. In the main building there is a small café with homemade cakes, sandwiches and the famous Åland pancake.


Adults 5 €, children under 15 years free.
Guided tours 60 € + normal admission fee. Guided tours only for pree booked groups!


13.06–27.08.2023, Tuesday -Sunday  11-16

(Monday closed!)

Groups according to agreement.


E-mail [email protected]

Phone during opening hours to Pellas +358 (018) 34 420

or to Freya Darby +358 457 3131 4012


The Attic Gallery

“Four generations by the sea – the Bock family exhibition”

Four generations of Bocks exhibiting at Pellas this summer start with Ludvig Bock who was married to Adele Eriksson, born and raised at Pellas. Then comes their son Yngve, his daughter and son and their sons. Six amateur artists who paint in oil, acrylic or watercolour. All of them have a penchant for maritime and archipelago motifs, and it is these that are shown in this exhibition in the Attic Gallery at Pellas during the summer of 2023.

In addition to the Bock family exhibition, there is also a photography exhibition with

Pamela Eriksson’s photographs

taken on board the four-masted barque Herzogin Cecilie 1934-1936.

The exhibitions are shown during Pellas normal opening hours and are included in the entrance fee.

Unique rooms with atmosphere

To rent

It is possible to rent the main building, the barn and the baking hut for parties, meeting, concerts, courses and so on. The buildings give your event an unique and atmospheric frame. Read more below!

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