The Oldest Photography Museum in Europe.

The Finnish Museum of Photography opened its doors in 1969 and is the oldest photography museum in Europe. The museum’s exhibitions cover Finnish and international photography focusing on contemporary photography. The museum strives to promote and foster photographic art and culture in Finland.

Highlights:

  • A wide setting of Finnish and international contemporary photographic art
  • We organize workshops, photography courses, lectures, public events and educational events
  • Experience the exhibition more deeply on our guided tours!

How to get there:

Bus: Several buses/ u seita busseja 

Tram: 8

Metro: Ruoholahti

See The:
Full List Of Attractions Included

January – September
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
October – December
Monday Closed
Tuesday 11AM – 6PM
Wednesday 11AM – 8PM
Thursday 11AM – 6PM
Friday 11AM – 6PM
Saturday 11AM – 6PM
Sunday 11AM – 6PM

Closed:

December 6: Finnish Independence Day
December 24-26: Christmas time
December 31 & January 1: New Years
The museum's exhibition spaces at the Cable Factory are closed from January 6 – October 1, 2021. 

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Address:

Tallberginkatu 1 G (Kaapelitehdas), Helsinki

Telephone:

+358 (0)9 6866 3621