New Helsinki City Museum will open near the Senate Square in 13 May 2016. Always free entry!
The entry is especially free when the museum will open its doors to the public for the first time: we are open 24 hours straight from Friday May 13th evening to Saturday May 14th evening. More information to come!
A unique location at the corner of the capital’s iconic Senate Square. The city’s historic quarters will gain a new focal point, where the stories of the city and its people will come to life.
Visitors will be able to access buildings of great historic and cultural value, which until now have been used as office space. The museum will encompass the Children’s Town exhibition at the Sederholm House, and the quarter’s delightful inner courtyards will also become part of the museum experience. More information about the first exhibitions and other content will be announced in spring 2016.
First exhibitions of the new Helsinki City Museum, has been published. In May, the internationally renowned Museum of Broken Relationships will be exhibited for the first time in Finland. The new museum will also showcase Helsinki Bites, an updated Children’s Town, as well as journeys to the past in the Time Machine.