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WeeGee Exhibition Centre

WeeGee: Centre for museums, exhibitions and events.

Exhibition Centre WeeGee is a diverse centre for museums, exhibitions and events in Tapiola, Espoo. WeeGee operates in the former Weilin&Göös printing house designed by Aarno Ruusuvuori (1925–1992).

WeeGee is home to EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, which presents Finnish and international modernism, contemporary art and design, as well as KAMU, which is part of the Espoo City Museum that preserves, collects and displays the history of Espoo. You can find the current exhibitions of EMMA and KAMU on the museums’ websites.

WeeGee also has a permanent exhibition showcasing the life, working methods and characters of the beloved Finnish illustrator Mauri Kunnas. From May to September, you can also experience the utopian plastic house Futuro designed by architect Matti Suuronen (1933–2013).

In addition to museums and exhibitions, WeeGee also houses the museum shop EMMA Shop and Café Zoceria WeeGee that serves delicious refreshments and lunch.

The WeeGee Exhibition Centre is easily accessible by public transport. WeeGee is located approximately 800 metres from the Tapiola Metro Station and the closest city bike station is located nearby on Ahertajantie. The outdoor parking area on Ahertajantie as well as the Kulttuuriparkki parking facility that serve motorists are subject to a charge. Accessible parking spaces are located in front of the WeeGee house. There is a ramp from the accessible parking area to the main entrance.

Current events, opening hours and ticket information is available on the WeeGee website. The WeeGee Exhibition Centre offers experiences all year round.