Visiting Information


Street address: Tennis Palace, 2nd floor, Salomonkatu 15 / Eteläinen Rautatiekatu 8,Helsinki
Postal address: Art Museum Tennis Palace, P.O.Box 5400, 00099 The City of Helsinki
Telephone: ticket selling +358 9 310 87001, office +358 9 310 87002, fax +358 9 310 87000

Opening hours

Tue-Sun 11 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. (ticket office closes at 8 p.m.), Mon closed.

Check special opening hours>>


Normal ticket 9 e
Normal discount ticket 7 e
Admission is free for children under 18 years of age.
Free admission on fridays from 11am - 4pm!

Guided tours

Tours in Finnish language
Wednesdays at 18 o’clock, Saturdays and Sundays at 14 o’clock.

Tours in Swedish language
Every first and third Sunday of every month at 15 o’clock.


To book a private tour, please call. +358 9 310 87003 (Mon-Fri 9-15).

Prices of guided tours: 60 euros on weekdays, 75 euros on Sundays and holidays. Available languages: Finnish, Swedish, English and Russian. Descriptive tours are available for the visually impaired.

School groups: Guided tours for school groups 20 euros on Tue-Fri between 11-15 o´clock other times normal prices. Advance booking required, tel. (09) 3108 7003. For more information please contact Kaisa Kettunen (09) 3108 7054.

Location and address

Helsinki City Art Museum, Tennis Palace, is located in the centre of Helsinki next to the bus station.
The nearest metro station is Kamppi. The Museum is about 500m from the Railway Station.


Art Museum Tennis Palace is an accessible building with two main entrances, one facing Kamppi shopping centre providing pedestrian access and the other on Eteläinen Rautatiekatu street with vehicle access. Take the lift to the museum entrance on the second floor. The museum galleries are located on two floors. Please call on an attendant for lift access to the upper floor. The disabled lavatory is located on the second floor by the museum entrance lobby.

Wheelchairs, pushchairs and a baby sling are available in the museum. There are chairs and benches in the galleries for resting and light-weight folding chairs are also available. The workshop facilities have been designed to accommodate visitors with physical or functional disabilities.

Magnifying glasses and torches are available at the ticket office. The ticket office also has an induction loop and hearing aid. For guided tours, radio devices that amplify the guide’s voice are also available. Please request for a radio when booking your tour. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome!

For more information on accessibility, please contact: tel. +358 9 310 87073 (Tue–Fri 11–19).


Entrance to the Forum parking facility is from Eteläinen Rautatiekatu.

Services for families

The rest room for the disabled (2nd floor)has a baby changing table. Prams and backpack child carriers are available at the museum entrance. For accessing the lift to the upper floors, please ask museum attendants.

Museum shop

Museums shop is open Tue-Sun, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m, Mon closed.

Cafés, restaurants

There are several cafés and restaurants at the Tennis Palace.


Guarded cloakroom service free of charge for patrons of the museum on the 2nd floor, with lockers operating with a 20 cent coin deposit. The cloakroom/locker
area closes at 8.30 p.m; lockers must be emptied before that time. Large bags,
backpacks, umbrellas and overcoats must be left in the cloakroom.


Photographing is not allowed.


Open Tue-Sun 11 a.m. - 7 p.m, Mon closed. Address: Salomonkatu 15 (near Kamppi shopping centre), 00100 Helsinki. Tel. +358 9 31087001.

Normal ticket 9 e
Normal discount ticket 7 e
Admission is free for children under 18 years of age.
Free admission on Fridays from 11am - 4pm!

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