We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Korundi House of Culture hosts exhibitions of Finnish modern art that astound and delight visitors, and the acoustically unique concert hall provides a wonderful venue for enjoying sweet strains of music and other events.
If you have to pick a museum and only have time for one, Arktikum is the way to go, as it is more tailored to Finland and Rovaniemi.
However, if you get the pass and come here, it’s a nice smaller museum with some interesting...More
There were four exhibitions on at the venue. Large halls. Well displayed exhibits. The best one i liked was of the Winter Scenes in oils painted around the 1930’s. There was a Norwegian artist who did work using nature movements and it was unusual. Then...More
Took part with local guide as part of Globus tour.Very interesting and well put together.We only had 1 hr allotted and was NOT enough to take in detail. History of “Sami” people is very interesting regarding their way of life going back generations and their...More
This art museum is located in an old mail truck depot from 1933. It was opened as a modern cultural center in May 2011.
There are many interesting art exhibitions, many related to Lapland.
There is also the Korundi Hall, where Lapland Chamber Orchestra performs...More
Visited thinking it was an art gallery - it is however there are only a few exhibits. When we visited, there were 2 however neither are permanent. Nice and spacious, some hands on activities and a quaint gift shop. Nice way to break from the...More
Old factory building turned into modern art museum and classic music centre. Temporary exhibition was interesting coming from down under. Unfortunately I missed music concerts. Coffee and lunch when ordered, some shopping possibilities. Absolutely nice place to visit.
Visited with friends while in Rovaniemi. We were lucky enough to see inside the auditorium. This museum is a wonderfully peaceful place. The displays are interesting. The gift shop has a really good selection.
We bought the pass that includes this museum. It has an eclectic mix of exhibits from classic oil or water color paintings to a multi-media display for a jewelry designer that was co-inspired by some famous Finnish rock bands.
Small but a nice display of...More