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Guided tours 2017


Guided tours in the Castle


June 1 to August 14 guided tours every full hour as follows:

at 10.00 in Finnish and English
at 11.00 in Finnish and English
at 13.00 in Finnish
at 14.00 in Finnish and English
at 15.00 in Finnish and English
at 16.00 in Finnish and English   

In July 1 to August 14
guided tours every day in Swedish at 11.00 and in German at 14.00.

August 15 to May 31 guided tours in Finnish at 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm. Other languages by pre-agreement.

The tour takes about 45 minutes. No pre-booking. Not for groups. The tour begins in the Castle's museum shop and is included in the entry fee 9 / 7 / 4,50 €.

Guided tours in The Pious and the Pagans exhibition

June 1 to June 30 guided tours every day:
at 13.00 in Finnish

July 1 to August 14 guided tours every day
at 13.00 in Finnish
at 15.00 in English

The tour takes about 45 minutes. The tour begins in the Exhibition hall in the Castle´s 2. floor.

Groups can book an own guided tour. The price of the tour is 70 € + entrance fee 9 / 7 / 4,50 € per person.

We recommend a maximum visitor group size of 50 persons. Children's tours can consist of 30 school children or 20 day-care children at the most. For groups larger than 50 persons, you will have to book two guided tours.

Guided tours are also available outside the opening hours by agreement:
Evening tour: €70.00 / hour
Evening attendant: €70.00 / hour
Castle tour: €85.00

On agreement we also offer our special theme tours, set in the late 18th century Gustavian period, that give a chance to experience the both dramatic and hilarious aspects of social life and witness the grand dresses of the period.
Price: €500.00 + €5 / person

For more information and to book a guided tour, please contact the castle staff:
Tel. +358 295 33 6932
Email: hameenlinna@kansallismuseo.fi
Tour on the ramparts of the Caslle in 2015. Photo: The National Museum of Finland.
Tour on the ramparts of the Caslle in 2016. Photo: The National Museum of Finland.