Explore the most exciting museum in Finland

The Sports Museum of Finland at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium tells the story of the sports that helped build our nation. The Sports Museum was first opened to the public at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium in 1943, and it houses the national collection of Finnish sports and physical culture.

Fully renovated in October 2020, you will be guided through the new exhibition by versatile and unique audiovisual content. Ranging from the Helsinki Olympic Games to the world of e-sports, the museum is both informative and emotional showcasing the disappointment of loss and the joy of victory. 

The museum features the heroes of the Finnish sports world including track and field, Formula One racing and ice hockey, as well as Finnish people who climb mountains, jump from airplanes and shoot the rapids!


  • Immerse yourself in the exciting worls of the 1952 Olympic Games
  • Experience the highlights of the Finnish sports through numerous screens
  • See equipment and prizes of the greatest Finnish sport heroes

Did you know

The Sports Museum of Finland is the only museum in Finland dedicated to general sports and physical activity. The Sports Museum maintains the national collection of Finnish Sports.

On display is a silver torch of the Helsinki Olympic Games of 1952. Designed by Aukusti Tuhka, the Helsinki torches are the rarest of all Olympic torches with only 22 copies ever made.

Things to see

Take a seat in Finland’s oldest chairlift, peek into the closets of a locker room and experience the highlights of the Helsinki Olympic Games while sitting on the benches of the Stadium!

Getting there

Bus: stops at Auroran sairaala, Töölön kisahalli
Tram: 1, 2, 4, 10
Metro: Sörnäinen, Hakaniemi
Community train: Pasila

See The:

Full List Of Attractions Included

Monday 10.00–18.00
Tuesday 10.00–18.00
Wednesday 10.00–18.00
Thursday 10.00–18.00
Friday 10.00–18.00
Saturday 11:00-17:00
Sunday 11:00-17:00


January 1
April 2
May 1
June 25 – 27
December 6
December 24 – 25

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Sport Museum of Finland Olympic Stadium, Paavo Nurmen tie 1 00250 Helsinki


+358 9 434 2250