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Culture and Attractions
FOUR MUSEUMS AND EVENTS
Haltia is a wooden exhibition and event centre, which binds together outdoor activities and enthralling exhibitions. Restaurant, Nature Shop. Meeting facilities.
Matinkylä-Olari, Sea and archipelago
VILLA RULLUDD IS SITUATED ON ESPOO’S COASTLINE ON A BEAUTIFUL CAPE
Espoo City Museum's permanent exhibition Trip through Time in Espoo, exhibits Espoo's history in an interesting and versatile manner.
The beautiful surroundings and unique architecture of the Gallen-Kallela Museum provide a fine setting for a museum visit.
EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art is one of Finland's largest art museums, at the Exhibition Centre WeeGee.
CULTURE AND ATTRACTIONS
Sea and archipelago
The Pentala Archipelago Museum is a new venue of the Espoo City Museum.
The studio home of the architects Gesellius, Lindgren and Saarinen.
Museum which is specialized in the history of time measuring and mechanical clocks and watches.
Toys, yesterday's favorites, treasures from the attic, exhibitions and memories.
Espoo Car Museum is one of the largest, oldest and most versatile vehicle museums in Finland. The museum houses over one hundred cars and more than 20 motorbikes in addition to other equipment portray...
The gallery will feature various exhibitions on puppets and stage settings as well as information for children on tales, theatre and puppet making. In addition, workshops and courses are arranged on r...
Otaniemi - Keilaniemi
Polyteekkari Museum, founded in 1958, is the oldest and only one in Finland that presents the history of students of technology. The 131 year long history is presented with pictures, objects and audio...
Otaniemi - Keilaniemi, Tapiola
The Mineralogical Museum exhibits minerals, rock types, ores, fossils and gems.
The Glims Farmstead Museum offers a glimpse of the Espoo of yesteryear.
Espoo City Museum's Lagstad School Museum is situated in Lagstad Hembygdsgård, the oldest primary school building in Espoo.
The museum gives an account of developments in the building industry from the 1800s to modern times.
The only ethnographic museum with own space in Finland.