Helsinki City Museum, Tram Museum and Villa Hakasalmi will be opened to the public on Tuesday 1 June 2021
Helsinki City Museum, Tram Museum and Villa Hakasalmi will be opened to the public on Tuesday 1 June 2021. Seasonal museums Burgher’s House and Worker Housing Museum will remain closed until further notice. The exhibition spaces of museums and cultural centres, as well as other exhibition spaces, will be opened to a small number of customers in a way that visitors can maintain a safe distance of at least two meters from other visitors as of 1 June 2021. Up to 10 people are permitted in one space at a time and a maximum of 50 people will be permitted in a museum at a time. The hall supervisors will monitor the situation and instruct customers in such a way as to ensure sufficient safe distances are maintained in the premises. In case of possible queuing, safe distances should be maintained. If possible, openings will be supported by advance ticket sales or registration.
The Spaces – DIY Music Venues in Helsinki exhibition allows visitors to learn about the atmosphere of music venues for different subcultures in Helsinki in the 2000s. The exhibition is open until 29 August 2021. Helsinki Bites exhibition and a picture browsery will also be opened to the public. The Children’s Town and Time Machine exhibitions will remain closed until further notice. On the shores of Töölönlahti Bay, Villa Hakasalmi continues the popular photography exhibition Ismo Hölttö – Encounters in 1960s Helsinki, whose exhibition time has been extended until 31 October 2021.