- About Ateneum
Ateneum Art Museum is the national gallery of Finland. Its purpose is to care for, build up, study and present the most important art collection in Finland. Through its exhibitions and other activities, Ateneum promotes knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts and our cultural heritage.
Even the Ateneum building itself, designed by architect Theodor Höijer and inaugurated in 1887, is something of a national monument.
Tue, Fri 10–18
Wed, Thu 10–20
Sat, Sun 11–17
11.10.2013 - 9.2.2014
Normal admission 12 €
Discount admission fee 10 €
Children under 18 years free admission
S Privilege Card holders 11 €
Payments can be made by cash (Euros) or using one of the following debit- or credit cards: Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Mastercard Maestro, American Express or Diners Club.
Advance tickets are available from Lippupalvelu's ticket outlets and Lippupalvelu's online shop.
The discount price applies to students, pensioners, conscripts, non-military servicemen, teachers, artists and the unemployed as well as groups of ten or more.
Free admission also for veterans, therapy groups, assistants for the disabled, ICOM card holders, and members of the Friends of Ateneum.
Free admission also with Helsinki Card.
Ticket sale ends 30 minutes before museum closing time.
Kaivokatu 2, FI-00100 Helsinki, Finland
+358 (0)9 6122 5510 (from 1.1.2014 +358 (0)294 500 401)
+358 (0)9 173 361 (from 1.1.2014 +358 (0)294 500 200)
+358 (0)9 1733 6403
firstname.lastname(at)ateneum.fi or firstname.lastname(at)nationalgallery.fi
Guided tour bookings
Tue–Fri 9–12, +358 (0)9 6122 5520 (from 1.1.2014 +358 (0)294 500 500)
Tue & Fri 10–18, Wed & Thu 10–20, Sat & Sun 11–17, Mon closed