Loviisa Town Museum

Spread across three floors, the permanent exhibitions in the Commandant’s House are annually supplemented with several special exhibitions. The artefacts date mainly from the 18th and 19th centuries, and most of the Gustavian furniture and the pewter and silver objects were produced locally. The collection is augmented by two workshops with goldsmith and pewter foundry tools and moulds.
Life in the 19th century is depicted by memories from the time when Loviisa had a spa visited by many Russians as well as the Sibelius family, with Jean Sibelius performing for other guests.
The permanent exhibition also features items from the sail-ship era. At times, the museum exhibits items related to the town’s maritime history and the Svartholm fortress.

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Museum info

Puistokatu 2, 07900 Loviisa
+358 44 450 5009 +358 40 660 4517 (during opening hours)
Opening hours
During summer Tue-Sun 11 – 16 During winter Special Exhibitions Tue-Fri & Sun 12 – 16
Entrance fee
Free entry
Guidance for groups: by appointment 20 € during normal opening hours 40 € other times incl. Sat & Sun
Service languages
Service languages (advance booking required)