Museum of Central Finland

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Distance to the target from Kompassinaukio in Jyväskylä:

16 min. 6 min.

Alvar Aallon katu 7
40600 Jyväskylä
tel. +358 50 360 8020
ksmuseo.info@jyvaskyla.fi
www.jyvaskyla.fi/keskisuomenmuseo Opens in new window

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Museum of Central Finland

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: https://www.jyvaskyla.fi/en/museum-central-finland/current-exhibitions

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.

The Museum of Central Finland is part of the Aalto2 Museum Centre.

Admission fees: adults 17 EUR, pensioners, students, unmployed 10 EUR, Children age 7-17-year-olds 3 EUR, Free admission for those under 7.

Groups (min. 10 persons) 12 EUR / person + guided tour 80 € / group

Check the admission fees and opening hours at Aalto2 -museum centre website.

Open

Opening hours: tuesday to sunday 10.00–18.00 (may-august) and 11-18 (september-april).

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