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Mannerheim Museum
Mannerheim Museum

Mannerheim Museum

Kalliolinnantie 14, Helsinki, Finland, 00140

The basics

Admission to the Mannerheim Museum is by guided tour only. During tours, a staff member will show you around the interior and share information on Mannerheim’s role in key events in Finnish history. The majority of the rooms inside the museum have been kept to appear as they would have in the 1940s, when Mannerheim lived there, with the exception of three exhibition rooms on the first floor, which display items connected to the Finnish war hero.

Admission to the museum is included with select sightseeing passes, some of which also include hop-on hop-off bus transport, meaning you can get to the museum easily.

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Things to know before you go

  • The Mannerheim Museum is a must for visitors with an interest in Finnish history.
  • The museum is not wheelchair accessible.
  • There is a small shop onsite.
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How to get there

The Mannerheim Museum is situated in the Kaivopuisto district of Helsinki. It can be easily accessed by public transport: ride the tram (line 2 or 3) to the Kaivopuisto stop.

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When to get there

The Mannerheim Museum is open from late morning to mid-afternoon, Friday–Sunday. The last tour is mid-afternoon, an hour before closing. The museum typically closes for several days during the Christmas/New Year season, the Easter period, and around midsummer, so if you’re visiting during these times, check the opening schedule in advance.

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Museum-Hopping in Helsinki

Exploring Helsinki’s many museums is one of the best ways to gain a greater understanding of Finnish history and culture. For a comprehensive overview of Finnish history from prehistoric times to the 20th century, head to the National Museum of Finland (Suomen Kansallismuseo). Just outside the city center, the island-set Seurasaari Open-Air Museum features more than 85 historic structures as well as folk craft and dancing demonstrations, while the Ateneum Art Museum (Konstmuseet Ateneum) offers a crash course in Finnish art between the 18th and 20th centuries.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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