The Bank of Finland Museum is located next door to the Bank, in the foundations of the Cathedral. Its displays include the history of money and the present activities of Finland’s central bank. The museum also houses a small café and a museum shop.
Admission to the museum is free. However, groups are advised to make a reservation to ensure a guided tour. Guided tours are available in Finnish, Swedish and English. The scope and duration of the tour can be tailored to your needs. The guided tours are also free of charge.
The museum is situated at Snellmaninkatu 2, beside the Senate Square. Tram routes 1, 1A, 7A and 7B stop right in front of the door. Tram routes 3B, 3T and 4 stops are across the Senate Square, some 100 metres away. We recommend that you arrive by public transport, for there are practically no parking facilities close to the museum. There are places for a few cars on the Senate Square along with space for tourist coaches.
There is a small cafe and shop at the 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.