National Museum Of FinlandCurrently Closed
- Address: Mannerheimintie 34, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
- Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 358-4012866469
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
National Museum Of Finland - Review
This museum traces the history of Finland Back to the prehistoric days and comes back to the contemporary socio-cultural differences. This amazing museum holds a collection of over hundred years of painstaking acquisition.
There are historical as well as ethnological collections. There is an amazing variety of jewelry, utensils, furniture and other artefacts from various periods of history. The collection of weapons is certainly interesting to see, as is the collection of clothing used in the various eras. The most interesting part of these collections is perhaps how the paint a very beautiful picture of Finnish culture over the years while simultaneously weaving it in with the history of the place.
To add to this there is also a giant coin collection that is sure to be fun for anyone interested in philately. There is also an extensive collection of portraits and pictures that is worth a see. The museum is also home to one of the largest archives in the country. Since it is public you can see this part of the museum as well. If you want to know more about Finland or are a history lover be sure to visit this one. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Helsinki itinerary 2 days.
National Museum Of Finland Information
- The Museum is wheelchair accessible and hearing arrangements have also been made. Guide animals are welcome.
National Museum Of Finland Ticket Prices
- On every Friday from 4 pm to 6 pm entry is free.
How To reach National Museum Of Finland by Public Transport
- Kansallismuseo (tram) 7A/7B
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- OyBotta Ab
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National Museum Of Finland, Helsinki Reviews
Great museum! Spent a few hours here, well worth the cost of admission. Learned about some of Finland's history while on holiday! At the moment there is a separate Barbie doll exhibit in progress at the museum for an additional admission fee. We didn't feel the need to see this display but it did appear to be popular with others. Please give me a thumbs up "like" for this review... Thanks!
Small but very interesting museum where you can learn a lot about Finland history: the great war, middle ages, even prehistoric period. Well organized, facilities and exhibitions in mint condition. Smart interactions, not only for children but for everybody. Staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Shop may be a little bit expensive but it offers interesting crafts. Plan 2-3 hours for your visit. Loved it.
Excellent facilities... if you love going to the toilet in front of people!! :@ and if you're unsure if it's free entry or not, well it isn't! It's not sign posted though :@ rubbish gift shop, full of tack. Other than that was brilliant and I'll definitely visit again xx
This museum offers so much more than its size would suggest. There are lots of sections to wander through to discover the history of Finland from prehistoric times to now. Take your time to wander through and take it all in. From the history of the sauna to modern heavy metal, you'll find so much to see and do!
Nice museum but mean people working there. Not helpful and kind of judgemental. Museum employees should be polite, hospitable and educated on their subject. They have to learn how to treat tourists if they want to make money on tourism. I have visited more than 100 museum in rest of Europe in this year. This one has the worst employees by far. Museum building and contend is good though.