Vintti is an interactive exhibition, where visitors can
study the history of Finland and its culture using their hands and
It is based on experimentation and personal experience, and the tasks and assignments also point the way to exploring the permanent exhibitions of the museum.
Open to everyone
Vintti is suited
to everyone over the age of seven. Younger children can visit in the
company of adults. There is no upper age limit.
Vintti open Tue-Sun 12 noon - 4 pm
Vintti can be visited with the museum's entrance ticket on the 3rd floor.
Children's groups (day-care centres, schools) are requested to visit Workshop Vintti only on guided tours Tue-Fri at 9-10, 10-11 or 11-12.
Information on Guided tours
In Vintti you can ...
Vintti you can build a log house or a brick wall, vote as Finns did in
1907, try your hand at assembly-line work, or help weave a long rug for
You can also harness a horse for riding or pulling a cart.
The different tasks present the rulers of Finland from kings to
presidents, old weights and measures and fabrics used for clothing.
You can also experience office work of the 1950s, or sit on a throne and consider what you might do if you were an emperor.
Group visits in Vintti
Children's groups (day-care centres, schools) are requested to visit Workshop Vintti only on guided tours at 9-10 or 10-11 or 11-12 Tue-Fri.
The maximum group size is 30 persons and the guided tour lasts approximately one hour. Price € 50 euro / 1 hour.
Vintti is also open to groups by prior appointment after 4 pm.
Bookings Tue-Fri 9 am - 12 noon, by phone tel. +358 295 33 6902. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings one week in advance. Over 30 or more persons groups, 2 weeks in advance.
Group prices 2015 (incl. VAT 24 %)
Daycare groups, schools and upper secondary education
groups € 50 euro / 1 hour with free museum entrance for all including teachers and supervising adults.
- Children's groups (others than official education) € 65 euro / 1 hour with museum entrance fee € 10 / 7 euros / adult. Supervising adults have free entrance.
Groups of adults € 80 euro / 1 hour + museum entrance.
Entrance to the museum costs € 10 / 7 euro for adults,
free entrance for children under 18.
Open Tue-Sun 12 noon - 4 pm, closed Mon.
Museum opening times