LAAJALAHDEN MUSEOT - KARTTA - FINAL korjattu 20.6.

The Aalto House

Studio Aalto

Didrichsen Art Museum

Villa Gyllenberg

Gallen-Kallela Museum

Tamminiemi Villa

Seurasaari Open-Air Museum

The Aalto House

1935-1936
Riihitie 20

Architects Alvar and Aino Aalto designed this house in the 1930’s as their home and office. The house is a home museum and both the house and garden can be visited during guided tours all around the year.

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Studio Aalto

1954-1955, 1963
Tiilimäki 20

Alvar and Elissa Aalto designed the studio as their office in the 1950’s. The remarkable architectural masterpiece building and garden can be visited during guided tours all around the year.

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Didrichsen Art Museum

1957, 1965
Kuusilahdenkuja 1

Art museum and sculpture park by the seaside. The collection holds Finnish and international modern art and ancient artifacts from Asia and Central and South America. Changing exhibitions.

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www.didrichsenmuseum.fi

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Villa Gyllenberg

1938, 1977
Kuusisaarenpolku 11

Finnish art from 19th and 20th centuries, older European art and an ample collection of Helene Schjerfbeck’s paintings permanently on display. Changing exhibitions every year.

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www.villagyllenberg.fi

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Gallen-Kallela Museum

1911-1913
Gallen-Kallelan tie 27

The museum is situated in the castle-like studio, designed by the artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865–1931). The exhibitions present his and his contemporaries’ art and life and contemporary art.

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www.gallen-kallela.fi

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Tamminiemi Villa

1904
Seurasaarentie 15

The former residence of Finnish Presidents gives a glimpse behind the scenes of power and politics. The Villa is shown as it was in President Urho Kekkonen’s (1900-1986) day in the 1970s.

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www.kansallismuseo.fi

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Seurasaari Open-Air Museum

1909
Seurasaarentie 15

Seurasaari is the green living room of Helsinki. The Seurasaari Open-air Museum invites you to take a peek into the lives of generations past in traditional Finnish dwellings.

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www.kansallismuseo.fi

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