In Helsinki City Museum visitors are transported back through time to see how people lived in the Finnish capital during different ages. The museum is open every day, with free admission.
Helsinki City Museum’s expanded main complex is more than just a museum, since it has been designed to be a living room where anyone can come to work in pleasant surroundings, have a coffee, or just hang out. This oasis is located right in the historic heart of Helsinki by Senaatintori (Senate Square), a stone’s throw from the Mayor’s official residence. The museum complex encompasses five buildings in the same block, built between the 1750s and the 1920s.
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