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Hvitträskintie 166, Luoma (Kirkkonummi)

  • Hvitträsk is now closed for autumn and winter season 2017. We open the museum again on May 2nd 2018. 
  • In 2018 Hvitträsk is open 2.5.-30.9.2018

Hvitträsk was built  between 1901-1903 by architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. The main building, designed in National Romantic style, built of logs and natural stone, was both a common studio and a home for Eliel Saarinen and Armas Lindgren for some years after it was completed. During that time, Gesellius lived in the courtyard building and later moved into the north-wing of the main building after Lindgren relocated in Helsinki.

During the early decades, the main building served as both an architectural office and as a cultural home. It was visited by such esteemed figures as Jean Sibelius, Axel Gallen-Kallela and Maksim Gorki.

The office's staff also lived at Hvitträsk, and this is where the plans were drawn up for the Helsinki Railway Station, the National Museum of Finland and the monumental Munkkiniemi-Haaga project, among other grand works.

Hvitträsk is also the boyhood home for world famous architect Eero Saarinen, who made his reputation primarily in the United States designing buildings and monuments such as the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.

The Saarinen home is a museum today, and within the courtyard building are a restaurant and a café. Hvitträsk and its lovely English style garden are surrounded by beautiful nature near the shore of Lake Vitträsk.


Museum is closed
Hvitträsk is now closed for autumn and winter season 2017. We open the museum again on May 2nd 2018.

Open 2018
2.5. -30.9.2018
Wed-Sun 11 am- 5 pm (11-17)

Closed on 22.6.2018 and 23.6.

Entry Fees:
Adults 9 €
Reduced ticket 6 € (students, pensioners, unemployed, conscripts and groups more than 10 persons)
Children 7-17 years 3 €

Family ticket (2 adults and 1-4 children) 20

Free entry for those under 7

How to get there?

More Information:
tel. +358 295 33 6952

Ticket sales:
tel. +358 295 33 6951