The National Museum of Finland

This museum represents Finnish history from the Stone Age to the present times. All cultural and historical artifacts related to Finland are preserved, collected and displayed at this museum. The museum was inaugurated in 1905 and simply looking at its structure and style can take you back to the olden days. The exhibitions are divided in to permanent and temporary exhibits. The permanent ones are of six kinds and are held throughout the year.
These six displays are given titles such as Treasure Troves, The Realm Period and Prehistory of Finland. VINTTI is the museums latest department which enables visitors to experience the country’s history by personal experience and sensory touch.

Opening Time: Tuesday and Wednesday 11am to 8 pm; Thursday to Sunday 11 am to 6pm.
Admission: Visitors under 18 are admitted for free while for 4 adults the ticket is 6 Euros.  5 30pm to 8 pm on Tuesday admission is free for all.
Location:  Mannerheimintie 34


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Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art
Ateneum Art Museum
Botanical Garden
Children’s Museum
Coastal Artillery Museum