The Mad about Helsinki exhibition approaches Helsinki’s past from a new perspective, based on the favourite places and stories of Helsinki residents from five centuries.
The Worker Housing Museum provides a glimpse into the history of everyday life in the stove rooms of Helsinki.
Trams have been clattering around the streets of Helsinki for more than one hundred years. Hop on and take the shortest route to Helsinki’s past!
A new kind of a story of musical history with music lovers, listeners and enthusiasts in the main role.
“When this baby hits 88 MPH we’re gonna see some serious shit!” – Emmet ”Doc” Brown
In honor of Back to the Future Day, Helsinki City Museum will engage in…
The picture collection full of memories of Co-operative society Elanto has been published as a separate collection on the Helsinki City Museum’s Finna page at hkm.finna.fi…
Film schedules in October
Concerts in October at the Music! exhibition
Musical Memories of dances at dance pavillions
1930s and 40s soiree
Musical Memories from the elementary school
The audio installation Beeline by Mikko H. Haapoja creates soundscapes of an urban space in the Helsinki City Museum.
Reminiscent of an inner courtyard, this space offers a place for tourists and locals to take a break from walking up and down the streets of Helsinki.
Over 300 fortifications structures built during the First World War have survived in the Helsinki region: trenches, machine-gun emplacements overgrown with moss and shelters quarried into the bedrock.
In the historical centre of Helsinki, many signs of its the past are hidden. Do you know how the Cholera Basin got its name? Or can you guess what lies…
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