The National Museum is open
Tue-Sun 11 am - 6 pm (11 - 18)
Fri 24 and Sat 25 June closed
Workshop Vintti is open
Tue-Sun 12 noon - 4 pm (12 - 16)
Fri 24 and Sat 25 June closed
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 Midsummer Eve
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: email@example.com
Национальный музей Финляндии
Маннерхейминтие 34, 00100 Хельсинки
ВТ-ВС с 11 до 18 ч., по понедельникам музей закрыт.
Музей не работает:
01.01.2016 и 25.03.2016 и 01.05.2016 и 24.-25.06.2016 и 06.12.2016 и 24.-25.12.2016.
Вход 2016: 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 Helsinki 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.
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: 7A / 7B, 4 and 10. Stop: "Kansallismuseo / Nationalmuseum" (National Museum of Finland).
Parking facilities at Kamppi and Elielinaukio.
Parking in Helsinki