Safe museum visit to Louhisaari
Safe premises and social distancing
Louhisaari aims to provide a physically and mentally safe place for our museum visitors and staff during both regular and unprecedented times. The museum facilities are cleaned even more thoroughly than before, and they are used selectively and at different times. We also ensure that visitors are able to keep a safe distance to other visitors and our staff members. We monitor the number of people entering the museum premises as well as the number of visitors in individual rooms. Our staff will make sure that social distancing and restrictions to visitor numbers are adhered to.
We offer our museum guests the opportunity to sanitise their hands near the entrance and at the ticket counter.
Special attention is paid at Louhisaari to the total number of guests inside the main building at any given moment. Queueing to the manor takes place outdoors in front of the main entrance.
We recommend card payments. We do, however, accept cash in our museum shop and at the ticket counter. We recommend that you purchase your entrance ticket in advance in our online ticket store, as this will make your arrival at the museum smoother.
At Louhisaari, prebooked group tours and other guided tours take place indoors, but the number of participants will be restricted according to the latest guidelines from the authorities. The manor may also be visited independently without a guide.
No events have been published to take place at Langinkoski this summer. However, Visit Naantali will organise Ghost Walks and Mannerheim Monologues at the manor in late summer and in autumn, if the coronavirus situation permits.
Museum shop and café
The museum shop is open whenever the museum is open. A café is located nearby, and you can check its visitor instructions on its own website.
We recommend wearing a face mask, in accordance with the local age recommendations. Please bring your own face mask with you, if necessary, as we do not provide face masks to museum guests for free. Individually wrapped disposable face masks may also be bought at our museum shop.
Only visit if you are healthy
We warmly welcome all healthy visitors. However, if you are feeling ill, please stay home.
The National Museum of Finland complies with the regional and local guidelines of the government, ministries, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southwestern Finland and the Municipality of Masku at Louhisaari.
If the coronavirus situation changes, we may have to cancel events, restrict visitor numbers further, or close our services at Louhisaari.
Please keep an eye on Louhisaari’s website and social media channels, in Facebook and Instagram
Updated 7 May 2021