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Museum of Finnish architecture
Information about the museum:
The fundamental task of the Museum of Finnish Architecture, one of Finland's national museums, is to collect and distribute knowledge about architecture and increase its understanding among the general public as well as experts. It is an information centre for topical architectural practice, research and critique, oriented toward the future even as it records history. The museum builds a bridge between architecture and its users, and on the other hand it is a link in the interaction of professionals. It focusses on post-1900 architecture.
The museum, established in 1956, has large collections of drawings and photographs, a number of models and an extensive library. It organises exhibitions in Finland and abroad, publishes books and arranges lectures. The picture collections are in charge of the Architecture Archive, the oldest unit, whose beginnings are in the photographic collection of the Finnish Association of Architects founded in 1949.
Exhibition opening hours:
Tue–Sun 11–18, Wed 11–20 | Exceptions to the opening hours in 2015 The museum is closed on 3 April, 30 Apr, 1 May, 24 May, 19– 21 Jun, 23 – 26 Dec 18 Jun open 11am –2pm, 1 Jan 2016 open 11am–6pm
Entry fees to exhibition:
Adults EUR 8.00, students EUR 4.00 | AND Design Museum combi-ticket EUR 12.00 Children under 18 free Helsinki Card, Smartum Kulttuuriseteli, Virikeseteli Free for school pupils with a teachers Free entry on 1st Friday of the month