The Helsinki Museum of Art and Design is a privately owned museum located in Helsinki, Finland. It specializes in design and industrial art. The museum produces their own exhibits and also host exhibits from other local and foreign museums. The museum attracts professional design people, lay people and as well as typical museum visitors. With the popular Tibet exhibition, the museum held a record number of visitors – more than 100,000 people, which is an extraordinary achievement considering that only 5 out of the 1000 museums in Finland is able to achieve. The museum is privately owned by a foundation but it does receive more than half of its budget from the government.
The Helsinki Museum of Art and Design’s operating are separated into winter (1 September to 31 May) and summer (1 June to 31 August). In winter, the museum is closed on Monday, it operates from 1100 to 2000 on Tuesday and 1100 to 1800 from Wednesday to Sunday. On the other hand, during summer, the museum is open from 1100 to 1800 throughout the week, from Monday to Sunday. Visitors could take Tram Line 10 or Bus Line 24 to the museum, located at the heart of Helsinki Design District.
The museum also provides free guided tours in Finnish and Russian on certain days of each month. The museum’s Auditorium and Conference is available for rental during the operating hours. The museum also has a café which is open to the public during the operating hours. The café offers high standard of catering according to the customers’ wishes. The museum also has a Design store, both online and on-site, offering a great variety of design products and publications. More detail information could be found in the website of the Helsinki Museum of Art and Design. The website can be read in Finnish for the local visitors, and as well as English for the international visitors.
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