Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission Museum

AddressTähtitorninkatu 18 FI-00140 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 129 7343

Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission Museum (Kumbukumbu) exhibits traditions of the Ovambo peoples of South Western Africa in Namibia and Angola, and imperial Chinese culture during the last years of the Qing dynasty in early 20th century.

Finnish Museum of Photography

AddressCable Factory, Tallberginkatu 1 G FI-00180 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 6866 3621

Photography museum (both Finnish and foreign artists’ works are featured).

Finland Toy Museum

AddressAnnankatu 13, Helsinki
Phone050 466 8669

Ehrensvärd Museum

AddressSuomenlinna B 40 FI-00190 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 684 1850

This museum was once the residence of the fortress commandant, Augustin Ehrensvärd (1710-1772).

Design Museum

AddressKorkeavuorenkatu 23, Kaartinkaupunki, 00130 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 622 0540

The museum specializes on the development of industrial art, artistic handicraft and industrial design from the second half of the 19th century to the present day.

Didrichsen Art Museum

AddressKuusilahdenkuja 1, Kuusisaari FI-00340 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)10 2193 970

The museum features modern architecture art located on Kuusisaari island in Helsinki.

Customs Museum

AddressSusisaari, Suomenlinna B 20 D 5 FI-00101 Helsinki
Phone00358 (0)40 332 2774

The museum is locatd in Curtain Hamilton-Polhem building in Susisaari, at the Suomenlinna fortress island.


AddressKaisaniemenpuisto, Kluuvi, 00100 Helsinki

Bank of Finland Museum

AddressSnellmaninkatu 2 FI-00170 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)10 195 702

Curious about the history of money, central banking, monetary policy and such? Then, check this capitalist museum out!

Ateneum Art Museum

AddressKaivokatu 2 FI-00100 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0) 9 6122 5510

More than 20,000 works of art from the 1750s to the 1950s are exhibited here.

Amos Anderson Art Museum

AddressYrjönkatu 27 FI-00100 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 684 4460

Amos Anderson is the biggest private art museum in Finland. Its collection consists of contemporary Finnish art, and furnishings from Amos Anderson’s private collections and Finnish and foreign art from the collection of architect Sigurd Frosterus.