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Guided tours at the National Museum for children aged 5 - 10 years


Treasure hunt - guided tour

A bear cub has gone missing and has hidden a treasure in the National Museum. The picture tips will guide you towards the lost treasure, and you will get your reward in the end.
Along the way, you can also familiarise yourself with the other treasures of the National Museum. The treasure hunt is suitable for children aged 5 years and older.

The guided tour lasts 45 minutes and is intended for children in day care or lower comprehensive school between 5 and 10 years of age.
The maximum group size is 20 children. Guided tours are offered year-round from Tuesday to Sunday between 9 am and 5 pm.

Price € 45 euro, there are no entrance fees for anybody.


Bookings Tue-Fri 9 am - 12 noon, by phone tel. +358 295 33 6902.
E-mail: skm.opastusvaraukset@kansallismuseo.fi 
Bookings one week in advance. Over 30 or more persons groups, 2 weeks in advance.

Nalle ja aarre. Kuva: Museovirasto / Hanna Palonen (2010)
Treasure hunt bear cub.

“How people used to live” - guided tour

The tour introduces various kinds of rooms, including the drawing room of Jakkarila Manor from the 1760s, the Emperor’s gilded throne and the Kalevala ceiling frescoes in the museum’s entrance hall.

The guided tour lasts 45 minutes and is intended for children in day care or lower comprehensive school between 5 and 10 years of age.
The maximum group size is 20 children. Guided tours are offered year-round from Tuesday to Sunday between 9 am and 5 pm.

Price € 50, there are no entrance fees for anybody.
 
Bookings Tue-Fri 9 am - 12 noon, by phone tel. +358 295 33 6902.
E-mail: skm.opastusvaraukset@kansallismuseo.fi 
Bookings one week in advance. Over 30 or more persons groups, 2 weeks in advance.

Kansallismuseon savupirtti Laatokan Karjalasta Jaakkiman Pajasyrjän kylästä. Kuva: Museovirasto / Matti Huuhka
Chimneyless cabin from the early 19th century, from Jaakkima parish Pajasyrjä village in Karelia, former E Finland

Workshop Vintti - guided tour

Vintti is an interactive Hands-on exhibition, where visitors can study the history of Finland and its culture using experimentation and personal experience. The tasks and assignments also point the way to exploring the permanent exhibitions of the museum.
In Vintti you can build a log house or a brick wall, weave a long rug or harness a horse for riding or pulling a cart.
Read more about Vintti

Vintti is open for visitors Tue-Sun 12 noon - 4 pm.

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. Vintti is also open to guided groups by prior appointment after 4 pm.

The maximum group size is 30 persons and the guided tour lasts approximately one hour. Price € 50  / 1 hour, there are no entrance fees for anybody.

Bookings Tue-Fri 9 am - 12 noon, by phone tel. +358 295 33 6902.
E-mail: skm.opastusvaraukset@kansallismuseo.fi
Bookings one week in advance. Over 30 or more persons groups, 2 weeks in advance.

For more information, please contact Museum Educator Hanna Korhonen tel. +358 295 33 6464, hanna.korhonen@kansallismuseo.fi 

Vintti is open for guided tours Tue-Fri 9 am - 11 am and after 4 pm.
Vintti is open for all visitors Tue-Sun 12 noon - 4 pm.
Vintissä voi myös satuloida hevosen ratsastamista varten tai valjastaa sen vetämään rattaita. Kuva: Museovirasto/Tomi Nikander (2006)
In Vintti you can harness a horse for pulling a cart.

VINTISSÄ voi esimerkiksi rakentaa hirsitaloa tai tiiliseinää. Kuva: Museovirasto

In Vintti you can build a brick wall from big blocks.