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Amazingly enough I haven’t got around to visiting this place yet, even if I’ve planned it for a long time already. But I can tell you this though. The museum in itself is a part of history since it is one of Finland’s most significant national-romantic works of architecture. It was built 1905-1910 and opened for the public in 1916.
Adults: 6 €
Students, Senior citizens over 65, conscripts and groups with over 10 people: 4 €
Free entry for people under 18 years of age.
Free admission on Tuesdays from 5.30 pm to 8 pm.
Free entry with Helsinki Card.