Skip to content


WeeGee Exhibition Centre


The Weegee Exhibition Center is a diverse cultural meeting place in Tapiola, which is a combination of a museum, exhibitions, and events. The WeeGee Exhibition Center operates in the former Weilin & Göös printing house in Tapiola, Espoo, designed by Aarno Ruusuvuori (1925-1992). WeeGee offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in two different museum worlds at once. These two museums are EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art and KAMU, Espoo City Museum. EMMA is a combination of domestic and international modernism, contemporary art, and design, while KAMU cherishes the history of Espoo, bringing it to the fore in modern times. 

After the museum experience, visit the EMMA museum shop, where nice souvenirs can be found to take home or stop at the restaurant Cafe Zoceri WeeGee for a treat. In the yard of WeeGee, there is a unique attraction, the Futuro House designed by architect Matti Suuronen, which could be described as a utopian plastic house. It is open to the public from May to September. 

Visit the WeeGee websites to find out about the opening hours and what exciting things are currently happening at the exhibition center. The exhibition center offers experiences all year round.

The WeeGee Exhibition Centre is approximately 800 m by foot from Tapiola metro station. Both westbound metro lines from Helsinki stop at Tapiola. It is easily accessed by car as there is visitor parking at WeeGee with also disabled parking. It is also convenient to come here by bike as the closest City Bike station is nearby, located in Ahertajantie.