Eager visitors queued to the National Museum on the Night of the Arts 2010. Photo by Jouni Marjamäki.
Workshop Vintti is a fun, interactive exhibition intended for children and adults alike. Photo by Jouni Marjamäki.
The silver exhibition of the National Museum. Photo by Markku Haverinen.
|The Finnish National Museum is a museum of Finnish cultural history. It serves as the central museum of its kind in the country, and its purpose is to study, collect, and display items and artefacts that represent cultural heritage. The national collection of Finnish history and cultural history contains over half a million items. The National Museum is also in charge of the operations of six other museums, as well as the Häme Castle and Olavinlinna Castle, and it is actively engaged in developing museum activities in its field.
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