The National Museum is open
Tue-Sun 11 am - 6 pm (11 - 18)
Workshop Vintti is open
Tue-Sun 12 noon - 4 pm (12 - 16)
The National Museum of Finland is closed in 2017:
January 1st New Year's Day
April 14th Good Friday
April 17th Easter Monday
May 1st May Day
June 23rd-24th. Midsummer Eve and Day
December 6th Independence Day of Finland
December 24th 2017 - December 25th 2017 Christmas time closure
Street / visiting address
Mannerheimintie 34, 00100 Helsinki
The National Museum of Finland
P.O. Box 913
Telephone + 358 295 33 6000 (National Board of Antiquities, exchange), during office hours Mon-Fri 8 am - 4.15 pm.
Fax +358 295 33 6999 (The Record Office, National Board of Antiquities, Sturenkatu 2a Helsinki)
Cafeteria +358 40 1597 679, Tue-Sun 11 am - 5 pm
Ticket Office +358 259 33 6901, Tue-Sun 11 am - 6 pm
Booking of guided tour +358 295 33 6902, Tue-Fri 9 am - 12 noon.
Cancellation of guided tour 2 working days previous, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Национальный музей Финляндии
Маннерхейминтие 34, 00100 Хельсинки
ВТ-ВС с 11 до 18 ч., по понедельникам музей закрыт.
Музей не работает:
01.01.2017 и 14.04.2017 и 01.05.2017 и 23.-24.06.2017 и 06.12.2017 и 24.-25.12.2017.
Вход 2017: 10 / 7 e, лица менее 18 лет бесплатно.
Билетная касса тел. +358 295 33 6901, ВТ-ВС с 11 до 18 ч.
Группы могут сделать отдельный заказ, желательно за неделю, вт-пт с 9 до 12 ч. Тел. +358 295 33 6902
Entry fees 2017
The pricing of special exhibitions may differ from the normal entry fee.
Adults, 10 € euros
With S Priviledge Card, 9 €
Reduced, 7 €
Annual ticket with a friend, two adults for the price of one adult, 90 €
Entry is free for those under 18 years.
- on every Friday from 4 pm till 6 pm
- on Helsinki Day 12 June
- on International Museum Day 18 May
- with ICOM Card, Helsinki Card and Museum Card
Free admission for groups of day-care children and schoolchildren and teachers planning a museum visit. Teachers and supervising adults accompanying groups of day-care children, schoolchildren and students, also have free entrance.
Free admission for all under 18-year-olds and groups of full-time students (upper secondary education groups, higher education groups, universities and polytechnics).
Reduced entry fee applies: students, pensioners, senior citizens and persons over 65 years, unemployed, conscripts, persons undergoing non-military service and groups more than 10 persons.
Payment: We accept cash, credit cards, vouchers (Travel Agencies), invoicing, Ticket Mind & Body -card, Luottokunta Virike card, Smartum bills and card, Tyky-Kuntobills and ePass.
Invoicing: Registered organisations and companies with a Business ID in Finland can be invoiced afterwards. The invoicing address and Business ID are required. No invoicing surcharge.
Storage for coats and backpacks
There is an unattended cloakroom and free of charge lockers available at the National Museum. Tokens for the lockers can be attained from the ticket sales. Large bags and backpacks are not permitted in the exhibitions for safety and security reasons.
By foot: Approximately 10-minute walk from both the Central Railway Station and the Helsinki bus station at Kamppi Centre.
Getting here and map
Trams: 4 and 10. Stop: "Kansallismuseo / Nationalmuseum" (National Museum of Finland).
Parking facilities at Kamppi and Elielinaukio.
Parking in Helsinki