KAMU Espoo City Museum

History comes alive at KAMU! The fascinating tales told by the exhibition A Thousand Stories about Espoo transport visitors from ancient settlements and a medieval village to the second largest city in Finland. Rotating special exhibitions shed light on themes of local and/or international importance.
 
At KAMU, you can see, feel and try things for yourself – our programme is diverse and offers visitors a multitude of inspirational surprises. KAMU is located at the WeeGee Exhibition Centre in Tapiola, Espoo, in a building originally designed by architect Aarno Ruusuvuori to house the Weilin& Göös printing house. The Espoo City Museum’s offices and archives are also located at WeeGee.

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Website
Address
Ahertajantie 5, 02100 Espoo
Phone
+358 9 8165 7052
Opening hours
Tue, Thu 11–18 Wed, Fri 11–19 (free entry on Fridays 18–20) Sat, Sun 11–17 Mon closed
Entrance fee
Adults 12 € Concession 10 € (pensioners, students, unemployed, groups of 10 or more etc.) The ticket includes entrance to all the museums of the exhibition centre WeeGee Free entrance with the Museum card Persons under 18 and over 70 years free of charge
Guiding
Guided tours free of charge for school groups, prior booking required Enquiries and bookings (tue-sun 11–17), tel. + 358 (0) 9 8165 7052 Guided tours for adults 40 € + the entrance fee to the Exhibition centre
Service languages
Service languages (advance booking required)
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