The museum is next door to the (for us) more interesting design museum but worth a visit with a combi ticket.
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A rather small museum showing the development of Finnish architecture. Interesting if you like history. The presentation is not customer friendly and children would be bored. The museum is poorly accessible for an electric wheelchair and own ramps must be used as there are uneven...More
We were actually looking for the Design Museum - but came across the Architecture Museum first and bought a combined ticket to both. Clearly if you are "really in" to architecture this has more to offer than if you are "just passing through". Interesting in...More
I enjoyed both a permanent and temporary exhibition. A permanent is rather small but informative and from there I got to know about some hidden impressive buildings that are not mentioned in other sources. A temporary one was also good. Мне понравились и временная, и...More
The exhibition is very boring. The topics themselves could be interesting but the way it is presented just dull. Further the exhibition lacks English descriptions. The exhibition is tiny and expensive. It has literally the worst museum I have been to in the last 5...More
A fairly small exhibition of Finnish architecture. We particularly enjoyed the short films and the unusual yet comfortable seating.
This only cost us 4 Euros each, because we're students, but it still felt like a rip off. The museum is EXTREMELY small. Basically a room with some posters about Finnish architecture and ~4 small building models. The most impressive architecture in the museum was...More
On one floor is laid out the history of architecture in Finland during the 20th century and how building trends were affected by the social changes that took place during wars, depression, and the like. Another floor had a room devoted Le Carre Bleu, a...More
I enjoyed the exhibits at this small museum. The displays here show Finland's history through its architecture. The top floor is definitely the best part of the visit, as it breaks down the differences in building styles in each decade with plenty of scale models...More
Design museum is a block away and both may be visited easily at the same time. When we visited, the highlight here was a survey of the history of hospital architecture in Finland. Of some value, but clearly developed with a limited budget. Interestingly (or...More