Casa Haartman is closed for maintenance and conservation work from autumn 2019 through early spring 2020.
Casa Haartman was the home and studio of artist Axel Haartman (1877-1969) and his wife Hedvig (1874-1967). The house was designed by Finnish architect Erik Bryggman in 1925, in the Nordic Classicist style. The austere exterior in combination with the richly decorated interior create a unique and unforgettable atmosphere. Casa Haartman houses works by Axel Haartman himself, as well as some of the most well-known Finnish artists of the 19th and 20th century, such as Helene Schjerfbeck, Victor Westerholm and Wäinö Aaltonen.
The museum can only be visited in the company of a guide.
The museum is closed for repairs autumn 2019 – early spring 2020.
June – August (exact dates to be added shortly). Monday – Saturday 12 pm – 15 pm. Last admission at 15 pm.
Please note that Casa Haartman can only be visited by joining a guided tour.
Guided public tours every hour on the hour during summer season. No reservations, tickets are sold 15 min before the start of each tour. The tour lasts 45 – 60 minutes.
During summer season all public tours are in Finnish, except Saturday 13 pm, when the tour is in Swedish.
There are information sheets in English available on demand. The personnel are also happy to answer questions in English.
Children and Students 2€
Free entry with the Finnish Museum card (Museokortti)
Free entry with ICOM or Press card.
Group reservations and prices
Tours can be booked all year round. During summer season tours can only be booked between 9 am and 11 am or after 16 pm, as the public tours between 12 pm and 16 pm cannot be booked. Booked tours are available in Finnish, Swedish and English.
Maximum group size is 15 people. Groups of more than 15 people will be split in to two or more timeslots with a 1-hour interval between each.
Prices: 3€/person + 40€ guide fee (weekdays) or 60€ guide fee (weekends).