The Suomenlinna Museum

Visitors can immerse themselves in the historical events surrounding the fortress and the lives of people who lived and worked on Suomenlinna via touch-screen operated picture books. The exhibition features one of the oldest surviving Finnish boats, a 6.5 metre-long boat made in the mid-18th century.
 
In addition, every half an hour, the museum screens a widescreen show, The Suomenlinna Experience, which takes the viewer on a journey through the fascinating history of the fortress.
 
Audio commentary is available through headphones in Finnish, Swedish, English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Japanese.
 
The museum is open throughout the year.


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Museum info

Address
Suomenlinna C 74, 00190 Helsinki
Phone
029 533 8410
Opening hours
2.1. - 30.4.2014: 10:30 – 16:30 2.5. - 30.9.2014: 10 – 18 1.10. - 31.12.2014: 10:30 – 16:30 Closed: 1.1, 18.3, 1.5, 6.12, 24.-25.12
Entrance fee
Adults 7 € Students, Pensioners 5,00 € Children 7 - 17 years 4 € Free entrance with Helsinki Card
Guiding
In the summer months (1 June through 31 August), guided tours are given in Finnish, Swedish, English, Russian and Chinese. During the winter season, tours are available only on weekends, and the languages are English and Russian. By advance reservation, guided tours and theme walks are offered in more than 15 languages throughout the year. Inquiries: guidebooking@suomenlinnatours.com, tel. +358 9 684 1850
Services
Service languages