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    Kunsthalle Helsinki
    Nervanderinkatu 3
    00100 Helsinki

    Tue, Thu, Fri 11–18
    Wed 11–20
    Sat-Sun 11–17
    Monday Closed
    Exceptions in hours see below

    18 € / 10 €
    Free admission for visitors under 18 years
    Museum Card

    Studded shoes are forbidden in the exhibition halls

    Instructions for a safe visit

    We have compiled instructions to ensure a safe visit to Kunsthalle Helsinki that we ask all visitors to respect.

    Please arrive healthy and maintain a safe distance 

    • You are welcome to Kunsthalle Helsinki as long as you feel healthy.
    • Please maintain a safe distance, minimum 2 m.
    • Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser. We have disinfectant points in the main and the back lobby and by the elevator.
    • Remember to cough or sneeze into your elbow and to avoid unnecessarily touching surfaces.
    • We recommend visiting the cloakroom only one person at a time. Outdoor clothing and bags can also be brought with you to the exhibition rooms.
    • We advise to prioritise paying with a card and to avoid using cash.


    We are taking care of tidiness and cleanliness  

    • We are taking enhanced care of cleanliness at Kunsthalle Helsinki.
    • The ticket counter and the Kioski gift shop have protective glasses at the check-out.


    Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

    Prices & payment methods

    Ticket prices
    Normal ticket 18 €

    Discount ticket 10 €
    Pensioners, adults 18–25 years, students, unemployed, draftees, professional guides, groups (minimum of 10 persons), private groups and artists who have a valid card (Grafia, Ornamo, Finnish Association of Architects Safa, The Artists’ Association of Finland, Theatre, Film and Television Designers, Finnish Painters Union, Association of Finnish Sculptors, Association of Photographic Artists, The Association of Finnish Printmakers and The Union of Finnish Art Associations)

    Free ticket 0 €
    Museum Card, personal assistents, press, visitors under 18-years, prebooked therapy groups, teachers of visual arts (with membercard)

    Drawing sessions 10 € (Members of The Artists’ Association of Finland 5 €)

    Payment methods
    You can pay with
    Bank or credit card (except Diners Club). We advise to prioritise paying with a card.
    Cash (We recommend to avoid using cash)
    Smartum Card, SmartumPay and culture vouchers
    Edenred card, mobileapp and Virike culture vouchers
    e-Passi mobileapp and text message
    Tyky Plus culture vouchers and Tyky-Online

    Free entry on the first Wednesday of every month at 18–20.

    Exceptions in hours

    Ascension Day, Thursday 18th May: open from 11am to 5 pm

    During the last week of the Young Artists exhibition we are open also in the evenings: Wed 24.5.–Sun 28.5. open from 11 am to 8 pm

    Mon 29.5.–Fri 9.6. closed for installation. Saara Ekström’s exhibition opens on Sat 10.6.

    Tue 13.6. we will close already at 3 pm. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Midsummer: closed from Friday 23 to Monday 26 June.


    The accessible entrance is through the Kunsthalle’s backyard. Turn to the backyard at Ainonakatu 3 (by the entrance to the Finnjävel restaurant), and you will find the entrance and a doorbell at the far end. Please take the elevator up to the second-floor galleries, which are completely accessible. Assistance dogs are most welcome. Unfortunately neither the lobby nor Kioski shop are fully accessible. Please consult our friendly staff.

    Restaurant Finnjävel

    Restaurant Finnjävel has two spaces:

    Salonki, where traditional fare takes new sophisticated forms. The Salonki takes visitors on an experiential voyage through Finnish traditions and stories. The Menu Finnjävel tv show on MTV3 follows the planning of the current menu, its ingredients and the lovely people our chefs Tommi Tuominen and Henkka got to meet. Reservations:

    Sali is like a day by the lake or sea in Finland. You can enjoy treats in a more relaxed manner in a cozy atmosphere. Dishes include smoked fish with the summer’s first potatoes – which has become a favourite in our home delivery service. In addition, our café caters to Kunsthalle Helsinki’s visitors and we also offer a takeaway lunch. Reservations:

    We have committed to creating the best possible atmosphere for both our customers and our staff. We prefer that you pay with card orApple Pay, Google Pay or MobilePay.

    We wish to make every restaurant visit a safe and memorable one for both our customers and our staff. Due to the current situation, we have made some changes to the way we operate. We escort our visitors through the whole restaurant experience.

    Please only come to Finnjävel if you are healthy. We will make sure that we will only serve you while we are in good health. Please wait for us to seat the customers before you before you enter. We have cut down our capacity in half and we take in new diners table by table. We have paid special attention to seating and our aim is to avoid hosting different groups at the same table. During the dinner, we will minimise contact and prepare everything as much as possible in the kitchen area. We wear gloves and we take special note of cleaning our spaces. We prefer contactless payment and also ensure that our payment devices are wiped clean after each transaction. We clean the whole restaurant space thoroughly with care at the end of each day.

    Wishing you a warm welcome!

    The Finnjävels Tommi & Henkka and the whole team

    Restaurant Finnjävel
    Ainonkatu 3

    Finnjävel SALI
    0300 472 337

    Finnjävel SALONKI
    0300 472 340