Casa Haartman will remain closed until the end of May 2021
About the museum
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 is closed through May 2021.
9 June-15 August
21-22 August 12:00-16:00
28-29 August 12:00- 16:00
Children and Students 2€
Finnish Museum card (Museokortti)
Entrance fee can be paid with Smartum and Eazybreak.
Free entry with ICOM or Press card.
Group reservations and prices
Tours can be booked all year round.
Please note that during the summer season, guided tours can only be booked on Monday-Tuesday, or on Thursday-Sunday between 9 am and 11 am or after 4 pm (6 pm on Wednesdays).
Booked tours are available in Finnish, Swedish and English. Please note that Casa Haartman does not accept bookings for May 2021!
Maximum group size is 10 people. Groups of more than 10 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).