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The Sinebrychoff Art Museum

Bulevardi 40
FI-00120 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: + 358 (0)9 1733 6462
Fax.: +358-(0)9-1733 6476

Info Telefon: +358 (0)9 1733 6460

Träger/Financial provider:
The Finnish National Gallery

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Tue 10 - 18, Wed, Thur 10 - 20, Fri 10 - 18, Sat, Sun 11 - 17. Datenbank (c) Verlag C. Müller-Straten 2007

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Finland's only museum specializing in old European art. The permanent collection includes Finland's most valuable and internationally significant paintings by old masters. The important collections include Swedish, Flemish and Italian paintings as well as furniture, silverware and porcelain and a notable collection of over 400 miniature paintings.
Photography © Sinebrychoff Art Museum.

Design Museum

Korkeavuorenkatu 23
FI-00130 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +358 (0)9 622 05455

Info Telefon: +358 (0)9 622 0540

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Wintertime 1 September - 31 May: Tue 11–20, Wed–Sun 11–18, Mon Closed. Summertime 1 June - 31 August open daily 11-18. Exceptions 2014: Design Museum is closed on 21 April, on 30 April museum will close at 15:00, on 1 May, 20-21 June, 6 December, between 24-26 December and on 1st of January. 30 April 11-15 and 31 December 11-15. copyright Datenbank VCMS 2007

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The museum’s permanent exhibition chronicles the history and development of design in Finland and is supported by temporary Finnish and international theme exhibitions. The collection comprises over 35,000 objects, 40, 000 drawings and 100, 000 images. It is also complimented by a registry of over 1, 000 designers.

Museum of Finnish Architecture

Kasarmikatu 24
FI-00130 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +358 (0)9 8567 5101

Info Telefon: +358 (0)9 8567 5100

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Tue–Sun 11–18
Wed 11–20

Archive: Tue–Fri 10–16
(doorbell entrance 10–11 a.m.)

Exceptions to the opening hours in 2014
The museum is closed on 1 Jan, 6 Jan, 18 Apr, 21 Apr, 30 Apr, 1 May, 20– 22 Jun, 6 Dec, 23 – 26 Dec

19 Jun open 11am –2pm, 31 Dec open 11am – 6pm, 1 Jan 2015 open 11am–6pm

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The museum is one of the oldest of its kind in the world. It was established in 1956 both to record Finnish built culture and to meet the international demand of material concerning Finnish architecture. It has large collections of drawings and photographs, a number of models and an extensive library.
The national and international collaboration programmes include permanent institutions like the Alvar Aalto Medal, the Alvar Aalto Symposium, the Finland Builds (now Finnish Architecture) exhibition, the International Confederation of Architectural Museums ICAM and the International working-party for documentation and conservation of buildings, monuments and sites of the Modern Movement DOCOMOMO.
The Museum of Finnish Architecture is closely involved in the GAUDI network of European architectural institutions, which will continue it's work with the support of the EU's Culture 2000 programme in 2005-2008.
It belongs to the Advisory Committee of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion Award for European Architecture and the Nordic organisation of art libraries, Arlis-Norden and is a member in the International Council of Museums ICOM.

The building now housing the museum was constructed for the Learned Societies in 1899. The drawings were made by Magnus Schjerfbeck, chief architect at the National Board of Public Building. The planned Neo-Renaissance building with a cubic central volume and two wings was not realized as such; only the central part was constructed, with a monumental staircase which takes a third of the building.
The latest effort of extension was the Temporary Exhibitions Hall which was to connect the two museums located on the same site, the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Design Museum. But until now the extension was not constructed, and the completion of the building is still pending.

Foto: Wikimedia Commons [Mahlum]

Kumbukumbu Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission Museum

Tähtitorninkatu 18
FI-00140 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: +358 (0)9 129 7235
Fax.: +358 (0)9 129 7353

Info Telefon: +358 (0)9 1297 343
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Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Tue, Thu-Sun 12.00-16.00, Wed 12.00-18.00.

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The museum presents the collections purchased by Finnish missionaries mainly from Africa and Asia and illustrates the encounter between Finnish Christians and natives of other cultures.

The collections comprise more than 7,000 articles: ethnographic artefacts from over twenty countries, collections of photographs, works of art, scientific specimens and manuscripts and literature in the local languages.

The museum holds the largest Namibia collection in Finland. The Ovambo collections originate from North Central Namibia and Southern Angola, presenting life and culture of peoples like Ndonga, Kwanyama, Herero and San. In addition it houses ethnographic material, articles for daily use, textiles and wood carvings from Botswana, Congo, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Senegal.

Most of the Chinese exhibits were collected by Finnish missionaries in the years 1902-1950 from the province of Hunan. The collections include dresses and ornaments from the final years of the Qing Dynasty, furniture, articles used in religious practices and bronzes from different periods, silk embroidery and painting scrolls from the Qing period, jade artefacts, writing and painting equipment.

Photography © Mission Museum.

The Cygnaeus Gallery

Kalliolinnantie 8
FI-00140 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: +358 9 40 501
Fax.: +358 9 4050 9627

Info Telefon: +358 9 4050 9628

Träger/Financial provider:
The National Board of Antiquities of Finland

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
The Cygnaeus Gallery is closed due to facade restoration.

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Opened in 1882, the Cygnaeus gallery is the oldest art museum in Finland. Its collection consists mainly of Finnish 19th century paintings and sculpture.
The items in the collection, supplemented through other donations, now number nearly 450 pieces, of which around 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings are permanently on view. Representing Finnish painting are works by Wilhelm and Ferdinand von Wright, Werner Holmberg, Hjalmar Munsterhjelm, Albert Edelfelt, Helene Schjerfbeck, Aukusti Uotila and others. Also on display are works by such sculptors as C. E. Sjöstrand, Walter Runeberg, Johannes Takanen and Eveliina Särkelä.
Photography © The National Board of Antiquities.

The Mannerheim Museum

Kalliolinnantie 14
FI-00140 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +358 (0)9 636 736

Info Telefon: +358 (0)9 635 443

Träger/Financial provider:
The Mannerheim Foundation

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Friday, Saturday, Sunday at 11 am—4 pm

Tram 3 & 2

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Built in 1874 and originally known as the Boman villa after its first owner, the Mannerheim museum is situated in a beautiful area of Helsinki known as Kaivopuisto. The villa was the home of Marshal of Finland, Baron C.G. Mannerheim, between 1924 and 1951.
The museum presents the home as it looked in the 1940’s. The original interior has been preserved and remains largely intact. Three rooms on the second floor have been modified to accommodate various exhibitions. The museum also has an extensive collection of material relating to Mannerheim and participates in research projects.
Picture © The Mannerheim Museum (The Officers Union 1927. Akseli Gallen-Kallela. Detail).

Museum of Moving Image / The Finnish Film Archive

Kanavakatu 12, 2nd floor
FI-00160 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: + 358 9 6220 3050

Info Telefon: +358 9 6220 300

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
10-16 and by appointment.

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The Archive has Finland's largest and most versatile library of film literature containing a reference library, a lending library of film books, research facilities, a collection of some 45,000 clippings as well as film magazines from all over the world.

Agricultural Museum

Viikin Koetila
FI-00170 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
+358 50 3246 987
Tel.: +358 (0)50 3246 987

Info Telefon: +358 9 191 22624

Träger/Financial provider:
University of Helsinki

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Open to public on Sundays 12-16 and by appointment.

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Agricultural articles from the time before machinery power. Covers entire Finland. Includes agriculture, cattle-farming and secondary occupations.

Viikki study and research farm, Hakalantie


Burgher's House

Kristianinkatu 12
FI-00170 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)
 Kinderfreundliches Museum / suitable to children

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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: +358 (0)9 3103 6630

Info Telefon: +358 (0)9 3107 1549

Träger/Financial provider:
Helsinki City Museum

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
The museum is closed for the time being due to poor air quality in the staff facilities.

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The Burgher’s House is the oldest wooden building standing in its original place in the inner city of Helsinki. It was built at the latest in 1818 for Kristina Wört, a seaman’s widow.
The Burgher’s House presents the domestic life of a middle class family in the 1860s. The house is furnished as the home of Head Fireman Alexander Wickholm and his family. The yard building contains two chambers. In the first chamber the conservation of the Burgher's House is presented and in the other housekeeping and children's life in the 19th century.

Photography © Helsinki City Museum.

Helsinki City Museum

Sofiankatu 4
FI-00170 Helsinki / Helsingfors (Südfinnland / Southern Finland)

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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: + 358 (0)9 169 3933
Fax.: + 358 (0)9) 667 665

Info Telefon: + 358 (0)9 169 3933

Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Mon-Fri 9-17
Sat-Sun 11-17

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Helsinki City Museum records the mental and material culture of the Helsinki area. In the exhibitions and publications of the City Museum, the visitor becomes familiar with the light, as well as the dark sides of the city's history.
The Museum's collections contain around 200,000 objects from all aspects of human life. Since the 1970s, there has been an emphasis on documenting also contemporary culture.
Key collections include: The Town Hall Collection, objects relating to state administration and products of the pre-industrial and industrial era. Other important groups of objects are items from the depression, toys and dolls, items relating to the 1952 Helsinki Olympics and textiles, especially wedding and Christening gowns. The collections of the School Museum, Elanto, Helsinki City Transport and Nikkilä Hospital Museum are major individual ones.
The Art Collection contains some 5,000 works, including sculptures and medals. The Museum has collected portraits of Helsinki citizens ever since it was founded.
The photo collection is based on photos of those parts of Helsinki that were and are disappearing or changing since 1906. The Museum's own photographers document those parts of Helsinki that are vanishing or undergoing change. Today, the Picture Archive contains over 800,000 photographs, slides, postcards and prints.
The Archive Collection contains around 40,000 "archive-type museum objects", the oldest of which date back to the 1720s. The collection features many personal mementos relating to the course of life, the sort of mementos that can be found rummaging through grandma's chest of drawers. There are many menus, invitation cards, programmes and visiting cards. Maps and construction drawings have been obtained from Helsinki homes to tell about the conditions in Helsinki that have since disappeared. Throughout its entire existence, the City Museum has collected material of the day for the Archive Collection. The most interesting material is the news - newspaper "telegrams".
Photography © Helsinki City Museum.

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