On a tour, you get more out of an exhibition. The booked or open tours led by expert guides deepen your visit to the museum, entertain and evoke thoughts. We also offer free audio tours of the exhibitions.
You can explore the museum at your own pace, join a free guided tour open to all visitors, or pre-book a guided tour for a fee. In addition, you can borrow an audio guide to take you on a tour around the museum.
The open guided tours are intended for people visiting the museum, either alone or in a small group of no more than five. Public guided tours are included in the entry. Guided tours open to the public are held regularly for the National Museum’s exhibitions. The open tours are included in the price of the ticket.
Pre-booked tours are organised for a fee for individuals or groups with
an advance reservation. A single tour is for 1–20 people, so if your group is
bigger than this you will need to book two tours. Please book your tour at
least a week in advance, two weeks if your group is large, so that we will have
time to make the necessary arrangements.
Select the tour of your choice from our tour selection here.
You can book a tour by calling our tour services at +358 (0)29 533 6902. The tour services phone service is available from Tuesday to Friday, 9 am – 12 noon. Outside these hours, you can enquire about availability with an email firstname.lastname@example.org
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New perspectives for learning, from early childhood education to higher education! The unique environment and items of the National Museum support cultural dialogue and the development of multiliteracy, and they also work as inspiration for phenomenon-based learning. In addition to history classes, you can also use the museum services for teaching social subjects or sciences and art.
The National Museum of Finland offers audio tours of all three of its permanent exhibitions. There is also an additional tour available about the history, frescoes and architecture of the museum building. Borrow an audio guide device from the museum or listen to the stories on your smartphone with your own headphones.