During the summer you can see many farm animals in Kurala, and pasturage is an integral part of maintaining the traditional landscape of the Kylämäki Village. The museum is loyal to the 1950s when it comes to its animals. All the animals you see there now are ones that the inhabitants already kept in the 1950s. The animals have spacious pasture lands where they lighten up the landscape.
All the animals living in Kurala during the summer are owned by a private animal keeper, who is in charge of their care.