En stad utan identitet? Utsällning om kulturmiljöer i Vanda
Vantaa City Museum's temporary exhibitions present the versatile history of the area. We are inveolved in the Finnish museums project TAKO which heads to coordinating collaboration in matters related to acquisitions, documentation and collection in Finnish museums. We are responsible for the acquisition and documentation of Vantaa's industry, homes, associations and suburbs.
The museum is situated along excellent means of communication, in Tikkurila station area, in the old railway station. Our address is Hertaksentie 1. The unic building is the oldest one in the area, built in 1862. The building provides special setting for exhibitionsin two floors.
The Museum is open 7.11.2020 - 31.12.2021 on tue - fri 11 - 18 and on sat - sun 11 - 16. We are admission free.
We have guided tours and workshops for day care centers, schools and other organisations. Mornings are reserved for day care and school groups and student groups may also book their guided tour to a time when the museum is not open for other audiences. We recommend a maximum of 20 students in one group. The duration of one tour is approximately 45 minutes.
Guided tours are free for student groups from Vantaa. We recommend booking the tour our workshop at least one week before the happening from Marjo Eerikäinen: firstname.lastname@example.org or 040 573 9920 (mon - fri between 9 - 15). You can also book one of our museum's researchers to your school to talk about the history of Vantaa. We also provide a mobile suitcase exhibition for elderly care centers. We also have mobile apps.
Other groups can reserve a guided tour which is 50 euros/group on mon-fri (8:30 - 17) and 70 euros/group on all other times. We recommend that the booking is made at least one week before the tour: email@example.com or 040 573 9920. We tailor each tour for each group so make sure you make your special wishes when booking. Even if you don't need a guide, we would like to hear from your group visit in advance.