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Sinebrychoff Art Museum (Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseo)
Sinebrychoff Art Museum (Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseo)

Sinebrychoff Art Museum (Sinebrychoffin Taidemuseo)

Bulevardi 40, Helsinki, Finland, 00120

The basics

A lover of old masters and European fine art, Fanny Sinebrychoff donated her collection of almost 900 works to the Finnish government in 1921. Today, the original collection along with contributions by other Finnish collectors is housed in Sinebrychoff’s original home and Second Empire apartment. Exhibitions, which have covered artists including Cranach and the Venetian rococo master Tiepolo, draw priceless pieces from across the globe. The Helsinki Card affords comprehensive access to all exhibitions.

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I just picked up the card at the Excess Baggage Store showed her my voucher and voila I have the card. I’m going to use it for museums, hop on, hop off bus and all the cruises. I used it for the train from the airport. It’s great!!
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Things to know before you go

  • Admission to temporary exhibitions requires a fee, while admission to the house museum on the second floor is free.
  • During evenings on the first Wednesdays of the month, admission to the entire museum is free
  • Visitors in wheelchairs should use the door opposite the Southpark restaurant on the building’s eastern side. Visitors with strollers should use the eastern door.
  • The museum has an elevator and a wheelchair-accessible bathroom.
  • Admission for youths under 18 year of age is free, and the museum has a dedicated childcare room.
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How to get there

The museum sits on Bulevardi, backing Sinebrychoff Park in the heart of Helsinki. It’s a short stroll from the Design District; less than 5 minutes on-foot from the waterfront; and a stone’s throw from the Bulevarden hop-on hop-off bus stop. On public transportation, catch the #1 or #3 trams to Fredriksgatan, or the #14 or #18 buses to Bulevarden.

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When to get there

The museum is closed on Mondays and Finnish public holidays. On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, it’s open from late morning until early evening, with extended hours on Wednesdays. On weekends, it opens and closes a little earlier.

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