Bank of Finland Museum
Information and tours
Tel. +358 10 831 2981
The Bank of Finland Museum is generally open
Tuesday to Friday 11.00-17.00
Saturday to Sunday 11.00-16.00. Closed on Mondays.
The Bank of Finland Museum is closed on the following days in 2013:
Epiphany, 6 January 2013
Good Friday, 29 Marchl, 2013
Easter Monday 1 April 2013
May Day, 1 May, 2013
Ascension Day 9 May, 2013
Friday, 24 May 2013
Midsummer holiday, 21 to 24 June, 2013
All Saints' Day, 2 November 2013
Independence Day, 6 December 2013
Christmas holidays, 24 to 26 December 2013
New Year 1 January 2014
Epiphany, 6 January 2014
The Bank of Finland Museum's displays include the history of money in Finland and abroad as well as the role of the Bank of Finland in the European System of Central Banks.
The Bank of Finland Museum has especially been designed for Finnish school pupils and students. A guided visit for groups of school pupils takes about an hour and provides a historical overview of money and monetary systems in Finland and elsewhere, the Bank of Finland’s role and current tasks in the context of the Eurosystem, some basic economics and a view of Finnish banknote art. The presentation can be tailor-made for a specific group by prior arrangement. Please book your guided tour in advance!
New seasonal exhibition is on display.
Now you can find us also in Facebook!
Finanzity is a web-based fast-action game specially designed to help make learning some economic concepts easier.
The Bank of Finland has launched Eurokampus, an educational website aimed at promoting young persons' economic know-how. The website can be found at www.euro.fi. Eurokampus provides information on economics and money matters. The website contains a variety of games, tasks and videos about economic matters. The website also publishes a number of blogs written by young people on economics and money use.