Take a peek at lives of Finnish upper class at this charming museum. “Ett Hem” means a home, and as the name suggests, this house museum was donated by Consul Alfred Jacobsson and his wife Helene to Abo Akademi University.
Museum was reopened in 1965 at its current location after the war in 1939. It has on display art works, furniture, glass and other artefacts that were prominent around that museum.
- Guided tours may be available at these times. Book or inquire at +358 20 786 1470/ 786 1316
- Children & Students: 2 €
- Groups (15 or more): 2 € per person
- Nearest Bus Stop: TYKS Yliopisto, Tuomiokirkkotori
- Restaurang: Ravintola Hus Lindman
- Cafe Gadolinia
- Cafe Hanken
- Kasvisravintola Keidas
- Cafe Agricola
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14.72% of people who visit Turku include Museum Ett Hem Or Museo Ett Hem in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
92.31% of people start their Museum Ett Hem Or Museo Ett Hem visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Museum Ett Hem Or Museo Ett Hem
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museum Ett Hem Or Museo Ett Hem
Small, interesting and great staff😊 definitely join a tour if you go there
Museet Ett Hem is a hidden gem among all the museums in Åbo. A homely little museum that gives an overview how one bourgeoisie family lived during the turn of the twentieth century in Åbo. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. It's also possible to get a guided tour if the guide is available.
Beautiful house to visit
Mielenkiintoinen, kaunis, runsas sisustus. Suosittelen käymään 👍oppaat ystävällisiä.