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What to See

As the capital of Finland, Helsinki offers lots to see for visitors of all ages in any season of the year. The city is famous for its architecture and art.
Most of the cultural attractions are within easy walking distance of one another: the Senate Square, the “Rock” Church, the Ateneum…


Amos Anderson Art Museum

Amos Anderson Art Museum is the largest private art museum in Finland. The museum focuses on contemporary art. The collection comprises paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, photographs, textiles, furniture, glass and ceramic objects.

Opening hours
Mon 10.00-18.00, Tue closed, Wed 10.00-20.00
Thu-Fri 10.00-18.00, Sat-Sun 11.00-17.00

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Address: Yrjönkatu 27, 00100 HELSINKI
Phone: + 358 9 684 4460

Design Museum

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Address: Korkeavuorenkatu 23, 00130 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 9 622 0540

Finnish National Gallery - Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma

Kiasma is a museum of contemporary art and part of the Finnish National Gallery. The museum is also a lively meeting place in the heart of Helsinki. Kiasma presents and collects the latest contemporary art, works by Finnish artists and artists living in nearby countries.

Opening hours

Tue 10.00-17.00, Wed-Fri 10.00-20.00,

Sat 10.00-18.00, Sun 10.00-17.00, Mon closed

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Address: Mannerheiminaukio 2, 00100 HELSINKI
Phone: + 358 29 450 0501

Finnish National Gallery - Sinebrychoff Art Museum

The Sinebrychoff Art Museum houses Finland's most significant collection of paintings by old foreign masters from the 14th to 19th centuries. The collection includes English, Spanish, Dutch, Italian and French paintings. It includes for example Rembrandt’s painting Monk Reading (1661). The Sinebrychoff Art Museum is part of the Finnish National Gallery.

Opening hours
Tue 10.00-18.00 Wed-Thu 10.00-20.00
Fri 10.00-18.00 Sat-Sun 10.00-17.00 Mon closed

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Address: Bulevardi 40, 00120 HELSINKI
Phone: + 358 29 450 0460

Finnish National Gallery - The Ateneum Art Museum

The Ateneum Art Museum is part of the Finnish National Gallery.
The Museum houses the largest and most important collections of fine art in Finland, with works by such Finnish masters as Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Helene Schjerfbeck and Hugo Simberg.

Opening hours
Tue 10.00-18.00,  Wed-Thu 10.00-20.00,
Fri 10.00-18.00, Sat-Sun 11.00-17-00, Mon closed

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Address: Kaivokatu 2 , 0100 HELSINKI
Phone: + 358 29 450 0200

Helsinki City Museum

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Address: Sofiankatu 4, 00170 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 9 3103 6630

Helsinki City Museum - Hakasalmi Villa

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Address: Mannerheimintie 13b, 00100 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 9 3107 8519

Sederholm House - Children’s Town

Children’s Town in the Sederholm House was closed at the end of April 2014 due to renovation.  

During the next couple of years, the surrounding buildings will be renovated to become the New City Museum. A renewed Children’s Town will form a part of the new museum. Welcome again in 2016!

Follow the project at

Source Helsinki City Museum



Address: Aleksanterinkatu 16, 00170 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 9 3103 6529

Seurasaari Open-Air Museum

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Address: Seurasaari, 00250 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 9 4050 9660

The Didrichsen Art Museum

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Address: Kuusilahdenkuja 1, 00340 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 10 219 3970

The Mannerheim Museum

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Address: Kalliolinnantie 14, 00140 HELSINKI
Phone: +358 9 635 443