Museum of Central Finland (1.-26.5. closed)

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Distance to the target from Kompassinaukio in Jyväskylä:

16 min. 6 min.

Alvar Aallon katu 7
40600 Jyväskylä
tel. +358 14 266 43 46 Opens in new window

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Lämpötila: -9.3°C Bright, klo 22:30

Museum of Central Finland (1.-26.5. closed)

The Museum of Central Finland, also known as KeMu, invites you on a journey of discovery of what it means and has meant to live in Central Finland. In KeMu’s new permanent exhibition you can – among other things – listen to memories and stories, marvel at the changing Central Finland landscape, drop by the movies, read a comic about the founding of the city, and feel the ambience of a smoke sauna, a sporting event or a hip hop show. For children, the museum offers games from a century and more ago, a journey to the town market, a spot of hopscotch, and a chance to create your very own cave painting with modern technology. A boy called Alvar stands ready to guide you to Jyväskylä as it existed more than a century ago.

In the museum’s first and fourth floors, you can peruse two temporary exhibitions. Read more about the temporary exhibitions here:

In the second floor of the museum you’ll find our Rumpus room, Nappula, with many independent activities for the whole family to spice up your museum visit.

Admission fees: adults 8 EUR, pensioners 6 EUR, students 4 EUR. Free admission for those under 18.

Free entry on Fridays.

Groups (min. 10 persons) 6 EUR / person

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Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11.00–18.00.

1.-26.5. closed in preparation for the opening of the Aalto2 museum centre

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