Ehrensvärd Museum

Suomenlinna is a Finnish island that has a military history associated to it. This museum on the island has a model of a large ship within its confines, and other military artifacts from the 18th century. It is built after the name of General Augustin Ehrensvärd, who had supervised the construction of the Sea Fortress. Admission fees are 3 Euros for adults and 1 Euro for children.

Opening times:
it is closed from November to March. Opening times are
      April and October, Saturday to Sunday 11am-4pm; May-Aug 10am-5pm; September 11am-4pm
Location: Suomenlinna B40
Phone: 09/684-18-50


More Places-To-Visit in Helsinki
Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art
Ateneum Art Museum
Botanical Garden
Children’s Museum
Coastal Artillery Museum