ADMISSION FEES 2020
€17 Normal admission
€15 Discount admission
€0 Under 18 year-olds
ADMISSION FEES 2021
Combined tickets to the Finnish National Gallery’s museums
Ateneum & Kiasma – normal €27, discounts €23. The ticket is valid for 48 hours after the first visit.
Ateneum, Kiasma & Sinebrychoff Art Museum – normal €34, discounts €32. The ticket is valid for 72 hours after the first visit.
You can buy your ticket in advance online at Museoshop.fi. When you arrive at the museum, just show the QR code on the receipt at the ticket office.
The discount price applies to students, pensioners, conscripts, non-military servicemen, teachers, artists and the unemployed, as well as groups of ten or more.
Free admission with a Museum Card. The price is 69 euros per year, and the renewal of an existing card 64 euros per year. Buy your own Museum Card from Ateneum!
Free admission to the exhibitions also with a Friends of the Ateneum membership card (€48/year). Become a Friend of the Ateneum
Free admission also for veterans, therapy groups, assistants for the disabled, ICOM card holders, and with a Helsinki Card.
Free admission days
During each temporary exhibition, there is one day of free admission. Free admission days are unfortunately cancelled until further notice in order to stop the spread of the corona virus.
Buy a Finnish National Gallery gift card from the Ateneum’s service point or from the museum shop! The gift card is valid as a means of payment in the museum shops and service points at the Ateneum, Kiasma and the Sinebrychoff art museums.
The gift card is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. The gift card can be used to pay for tickets, guided tours, workshops, and shop products, for example. It cannot be used in the museum restaurants or online shops.
Payments can be made in cash (euros) or using one of the following debit or credit cards: Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Mastercard Maestro, American Express or Diners Club. The admission fee can also be paid using the Smartum, Edenred, ePass and Eazybreak solutions for the purchase of cultural services. Note! Until further notice, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, we do not recommend using cash as a means of payment.
Teachers are eligible for a reduced admission fee upon presentation of an OAJ (the Trade Union of Education in Finland), KOL (the Finnish Association of Adult Education Centres), or similar teacher card at the ticket office.
Teachers in basic education and general upper-secondary education, as well as art teachers, are offered a yearly pass (€28), which gives them unrestricted access to the three museums of the Finnish National Gallery: the Ateneum Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, and the Sinebrychoff Art Museum. Teachers must present an OAJ (the Trade Union of Education in Finland), KOL (the Finnish Association of Adult Education Centres), or similar teacher card at the ticket office. No admission is charged for a teacher on a museum visit with a group of students.
Picture: Finnish National Gallery / Hannu Pakarinen