National Museum of Finland
The National Museum of Finland displays artefacts from throughout the millennia of Finnish history, and should be considered a must-see for those visiting Helsinki. Learn more about Finland through its permanent and temporary exhibition on a visit to Helsinki.
Visitors can see all the city's major sights from a centrally located hotel room by booking the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Helsinki. This hotel in Helsinki city centre can be found just 10 minutes' walk from the National Museum of Finland and near to most major attractions, shopping centres and museums.
Exhibits at the National Museum of Finland
The National Museum of Finland is home to a large collection of artefacts from throughout history in the nation, making it a great stop-off in Helsinki. Specific exhibits at the National Museum of Finland deal with particular era's of the regions history. The 'Prehistory' collection displays pieces from the early days of the civilisation, moving into 'The Realm' exhibit, which covers from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.
A special section in the National Museum called 'A Land and its People' focuses on folk culture and the lives of everyday Finns in the country throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. 'Suomi Finland 1900' then casts light on the more recent history of the Finns, covering the 20th century.
Temporary exhibitions often visit the National Museum of Finland, with many displays focusing on artefacts from around Finland or Scandinavia.
Visit the National Museum from a central Helsinki hotel
Guests need not travel far to reach the National Museum of Finland from the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Helsinki. A walking tour of Helsinki makes the perfect day out from this Helsinki hotel, with attractions such as the National Museum of Finland and Kiasma within a short walk.