Visitors who enjoy getting to know the country they are
exploring will enjoy the National Museum of Finland in Helsinki,
which depicts Finnish life from prehistoric times to the present.
Housed in an impressive Romantic style building, the museum's
permanent exhibition is divided into five sections, including the
'Treasure Trove', a display of coins, medals and weaponry. The
archaeological section features some rare Stone Age finds. Also
interesting are the folk costumes, textiles and furniture displays
that make up Finland's cultural heritage collection. The museum
also has a café and shop.
Address: Mannerheimintie 34 Website: www.nba.fi/en/nmf Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (0)9 4050 9552 Opening Time: Tuesday 11am-8pm; Wednesday to Sunday
11am-6pm Admission: EUR7; free for those under 18, or with a Helsinki Card;
free admission Tuesdays 5:30pm-8pm; other concessions
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