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Bookings can be done by e-mail: email@example.com or by telephone: +358 (0)294 500 500 (open Mon – Fri 10:00 – 14:00 – time zone UTC+2). To travel agencies: starting from 1st of January 2018 we accept vouchers only for pre-booked visits. Be sure to book your guided tour no later than one week before the desired date.
Private tours present the museum’s collections and exhibitions during general opening hours. Ateneum’s guides provide fascinating insights into exhibitions by focusing on specific works of art. Exhibition intros are held in the Ateneum Hall, where you can sit comfortably while listening to an expert present the content and background of exhibitions. Images of the art are displayed at the same time. Following the intro you can enjoy the exhibition at your own pace.
Only guides that are authorised and trained by the Ateneum can guide visitors around the museum. The exceptions to this are school groups that visit exhibitions under the guidance of their teachers.
Silent Beauty – Nordic and East-Asian Interaction
Silent Beauty guided tour
Nordic and East Asian art share the idea of everyday beauty and a connection with nature. The exhibition juxtaposes visual art, ceramics, textile art and architecture from Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Japanese collections. The guided tour provides an introduction to the entire exhibition. In line with the theme of silence, the tour encourages viewers to explore art in depth.
Tour languages: Finnish, Swedish, English, Russian, French and Italian.
Price: On weekdays, €89 + admission fees
On Sundays and public holidays, €115 + admission fees
Group size: Max. 25 persons
Length: c. 1 h
Under the Surface guided tour
Nordic and East Asian art share the idea of everyday beauty and a connection with nature. Under the Surface is a special guided tour of the Silent Beauty exhibition for small groups. During the tour, the emphasis is on calming down and enjoying a few selected works – maintaining an accepting presence, giving art time, and opening up to its impact. The guide engages the participants in an interactive discussion on art. The materiality of art is also felt through the sense of touch with the help of small ceramic objects.