Visitor instructions

These are the current instructions for a safe museum visit to the National Museum of Finland.

  • Tickets are available for purchase from the online shop, and also from the museum. Please note that the tickets are sold at lower price on online shop.

Safe premises and safe place

The National Museum aims to provide physically and mentally safe places for our museum visitors and staff during both regular and unprecedented times.

We also ensure that visitors are able to keep safe distance from other visitors and our staff members.

Museum guests are offered the opportunity to sanitize their hands, especially near the entrances and at ticket counters, but also at other points. Some of the National Museum’s touchscreens might not be in use for the time being. The content of audio tours is always available for listening through your own mobile phone device, so we recommend bringing headphones with you.

Online ticket sales

Entrance tickets to the National Museum are available for purchase in advance from the online shop. Tickets can be purchased well in advance or even on the same day. A maximum of nine tickets may be purchased in one go. Museum Card holders and others who are entitled to free entry may reserve their entry slot in advance.

Ticket prices are cheaper in the online shop than when purchased from the museum. Purchasing a ticket does not require registration. Click here to purchase entrance tickets online. Once you have made your purchase, you will receive a confirmation message, which includes additional instructions for your arrival at the museum.

Taking photographs

You can take photos for your own use and use a normal flash light. You can publish pictures on your own social media channels. For other publishing purposes please contact:

The National Museum complies with the applicable regional and local guidelines of the government, ministries, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, Regional State Administrative Agencies and municipalities (instructions of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland).

If the coronavirus situation changes, we may have to cancel events, restrict visitor numbers further, or close our services at the National Museum. You can follow the National Museum on its website and social media channels. On Facebook our page is called Kansallismuseo, and our Instagram account [@kansallismuseo].

Updated May 5th 2022