Speciality Museums in Espoo

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Speciality Museums in Espoo

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  • Feier L
    1 contribution
    This is a nice place to enjoy life and spend summer time with families. There is a beautiful lake and a small cafeteria near here.
    Written 23 July 2021
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  • Adventure
    Helsinki, Finland82 contributions
    A nice little museum only 20 minutes or so outside Helsinki. It's an old farm house dating from the beginning of the 1800's. There are about 12 buildings to visit. The main house had an exhibition about Finnish bee keeping as well as a little gift shop. A small dwelling was decked out in the style of the late 1800's and early 1900's. Members of the museum staff were very knowledgeable and were ready to offer their help and answer questions. A little cafe was avaliable and they had chickens and sheep for the children to look at. A nice little place for a hours visit.
    Written 17 August 2021
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  • ekrelei
    Espoo, Finland33 contributions
    Old cars in a barn. Two floors full of them. Some very nice items! The presidential car used by Mauno Kovisto for instance. Some russian-made luxury vehicles. Cars you recognice from old movies and so on.

    If you use GPS to find this museum, you will be in for another nice surprise. The road around lake Bodom is beautiful. Take your time and enjoy.

    Written 28 July 2018
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  • JariJK
    Kouvola, Finland5,500 contributions
    Suomen Kellomuseo (The Finnish Museum of Horology) has about 6,000 watches. The oldest one is from the 1670s. They also have the world's only clocks ordered by Stalin with his own picture. You also see new design watches. This may be an extremely interesting place if you are interested in clocks.

    Suomen Kellomuseo is situated in the museum center WeeGee with three other museums. Take a metro train (the subway) from the center of Helsinki to Tapiola, Espoo. From the metro station of Tapiola there is a marked route (follow signs) to WeeGee. The distance between the metro station and the museum is about 700 meters.
    Written 27 June 2019
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  • TiMaMez
    Helsinki47 contributions
    This is the worlds only student museum, owned and run by students. This is a lively experience on the Finnish technical students 'teekkari' and their culture, traditions and activities.
    A free visit includes guided tour, and as the guides are technical students themselves the stories are just amazing fun. Guides speak several languages, so English is not a problem.
    Exhibition starts from late 1800's and runs until today. You see Finnish student caps, boiler suits, decorations, art and a huge golden cow! The stories are the best, as the facts remain the same the stories do change from guide to guide :)
    The museum is open during academic year, so do check opening hours from FB.
    Written 10 July 2018
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  • Heli P
    Helsinki, Finland6,406 contributions
    I have previously visited the Helinä Rautavaara collection when it was part of WeeGee and it was a delightfull and inspirational encounter of colours, artefacts, history and the determination of one woman. Now her life achievements have been reduced to a sterile sideshow to more politically correct issues of ethnic minorities and refugees. Even the few items in glass cases lack numbering and documentation. This is the heritage of a Finnish female, university graduate, who in the 1950's travelled alone to Africa and returned with precious seremonial artefacts. She followed the ancient Silk Route to India hitchhiking and wrote of her travels to a Finnish family magazine. After receiving a Fullbright scolarship to the United States she continued her journey by bicycle to Central and South America. Now she must be spinning in her grave.
    Written 22 June 2017
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