Peat Museums
Many countries have museums that honour peat and the people whose lives were dominated by peat.


Stenvad Mosebrugscenter
The history of peat and peatlands, from fuel to horticultural use.




Lusto, the Finnish Forest Museum 
The museum displays mainly forests and forestry related items and information, but caters also for many aspects of peat & peatlands. 



Naturschutzzentren Bad Wurzach

Nature conservation, mire developement, history of the landscape 


Moormuseum Moordorf

 Working and living in peatlands. 

Museum Torfschiffswerft Schlussdorf
Peat transportation by boats, cultivation and colonization of peatlands. 

Naturschutz- und Informationszentrum Goldenstedter Moor
Nature conservation, use of peatlands, peatland archaeology and peat railway.

Moor- und Fehnmuseum Elisabethfehn
Nature trail, instruments and machines for peat winning, peat cottage, cultivation and colonization of peatlands, nature conservation. 



Peatlands Country Park, Dungannon (NI)

A 266ha country park with visitor centre, biodiversity education centre, guided walks and on site interpretation.

An Creggan Visitor Centre (NI)
This visitor centre situated in the foothills of the Sperrins interprets the natural history of the local area.

Cuilcagh Mountain Park and Marble Arch Caves, Floerence Court, Co Fermanagh (NI)
Cuilcagh Mountain Park is one of the best examples of the blanket bog ecosystem in Northern Ireland.



Pigeon Railway Peat Museum

Peat Art EdgarAmeriks



An open air museum about peatlands and peat winning.

Drents Museum
History of colonization of peatlands, peat winning.

Museum Obsterlan

Peat Art
The artist Dioni ten Busschen is using peat to create sculptures and other items

Veenkoloniaal Museum Veendam
The emergence of peatlands, history of peat winning.

VeenMuseum Vriezenveenseveld

Veenpark, Barger-Compascuum
Old "Plaggen" cottage, working and living in peatlands.





Föreningen Ryttarens Torvströfabrik

Peat production in authentic environment.


United Kingdom

Peatlands Park
Peatlands and woodlands habitat

Colbost Croft Muxseum
Life on Skye in the 1800.