ALWAYS FREE ENTRY
Exceptional opening hours
Museum is closed
Independence Day 6.12.2016
Museum closes at 2 p.m.
Christmas Eve’s eve 23.12.2015
Maundy Thursday 24.3.2016
Midsummer Eve’s eve 23.6.2016
Christmas Eve’s eve 23.12.2016
Accessible for wheelchairs, accessible toilet, lifts outside and inside. The outside lift can be used by pressing the button; the museum staff will unlock the lift. Wheelchair can be borrowed. It is recommended that wheelchair users call the museum before their visit to make sure that the outdoor lift is in operation. Tel. +358 9 3107 8519.
The car can be parked at the accessible entrance for a while, but the museum has no parking places.
You can book a guided tour to the Hakasalmi Villa on the Hakasalmi Villa website.
The charming Empire style Hakasalmi Villa is located next to Finlandia Hall near Töölönlahti bay.
+ 358 9 3107 8519
Schools and day-care
Information on guided tours and events at the Worker Housing Museum for schools and day-care centres is available on the Helsinki City Museum website. You can also subscribe to a newsletter on the museum’s learning services. Museum visits from day-care centers and schools are always free of charge.
Arrange your event
This elegant building offers the ideal, highly atmospheric backdrop for events of all kinds. The villa currently houses a music-theme exhibition. Its fabulous hall is large enough for cocktail parties of maximum 100 people. It houses approximately 40 people when seated. You can also rent a meeting room for 20 people. Watch a 360° presentation of the Hakasalmi Villa premises.
Stop for snacks, lunch or coffee at the idyllic café on the English-style courtyard of the Hakasalmi Villa.