|Address||Bulevardi 40 FI-00120 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 1733 6460|
The Sinebrychoff Art Museum brings collection of paintings by old foreign masters from the 14th to 19th centuries.
|Address||Mechelininkatu, Taka-Töölö, 00250 Helsinki|
|Address||Seurasaari FI-00250 Helsinki|
|Phone||00358 (0)40 128 6374|
The Seurasaari Open-Air Museum exhibits an insight into Finnish housing in days gone by and Finnish folk tradition. The buildings and interiors transferred to the Museum from the Finnish provinces reflect the life of crofters, peasants and gentry from the 18th to the 20th century.
|Address||Unioninkatu, Kluuvi, 00170 Helsinki|
|Address||Tivolitie 10 FI-00510 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 565 8200|
Sea Life Helsinki takes you on a voyage from the tropical oceans to the Arctic Sea, stopping at the Baltic Sea along the way. The exhibitions present many species whose environments are threatened by pollution and other environmental damage caused by humans.
|Address||Kasarmikatu 46-48 FI-00130 Helsinki|
|Phone||00358 (0)9 310 12000|
The Savoy Theatre run by the City of Helsinki Cultural Office, provides a stage for numerous Finnish and foreign artists.
|Address||Runeberginkatu 47, Etu-Töölö, 00260 Helsinki|
|Address||Ludviginkatu 2-4 FI-00130 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 122 5210|
Päivälehti Museum profiles Finnish journalism, printing techniques and the history of the daily newspaper Helsingin Sanomat from the 19th century to the present day.
|Address||Paavo Nurmen tie 1, Taka-Töölö, 00250 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 9 436 6010|
|Address||Mannerheiminaukio 2 FI-00100 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 1733 6501|
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma collections include Finnish and foreign art, particularly from the Nordic and Baltic countries and Russia from 1960s onwards.
|Address||Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 13 FI-00100 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 1912 8800|
The Finnish Museum of Natural History\’s exhibits the course of the evolution from the Big Bang to dinosaurs and larger mammals of the Ice Age.
|Address||Viikintie 1 FI-00560 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 7288 440|
Museum of Technology presents the history of technology and industry in Finland (metal, chemical, wood-processing, mining, building) from the late 19th century to the present day.
|Address||Ala-Malmin tori 1 00700 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 (0)9 3108 0835|
Malmitalo is the cultural centre for the northern parts of Helsinki. It was completed in 1994 offering events, theatre presentations, concerts, exhibitions and films for children and adults. The building also has conference facilities for hire.
|Address||Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 13, Etu-Töölö, 00100 Helsinki|
|Phone||+358 9 191 28800|
|Address||Annankatu 19 00120 Helsinki|
A new concept by Katja Hagelstam, which combines a gallery space and a coffee corner in a small home-like environment.