WeeGee's museums

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EMMA – ESPOO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

EMMA's collections and exhibitions focus on Finnish and international modernism, contemporary art and design. The WeeGee building’s impressive modern architecture adds to the experience-focused presentation of changing exhibitions and the permanent collections of EMMA, the Saastamoinen Foundation and the Tapio Wirkkala Rut Bryk Foundation.

EMMA's exhibitions can be found on the museum's own website or here.

Art hour:
Every Friday at 6 pm and Sunday at 1 pm (free admission on Fridays).

Guided tours for groups on request:
EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art
Mon-Fri at 10 am - 2 pm
043 827 0941
info@emmamuseum.fi

KAMU ESPOO CITY MUSEUM

KAMU is part of the Espoo City Museum, which preserves, collects and displays the history of Espoo. The KAMU exhibition A Thousand Stories About Espoo tells stories about the city’s history from the Stone Age to the present day. Changing special exhibitions bring both international and local historical themes to WeeGee. At KAMU, you can see, touch and try things for yourself!

KAMU's exhibitions can be found on the museum's own website or here.

KAMU's weekly guided tours, lecture series and many other events can be found at KAMU's event calendar. 

Guided tours for groups on request:
KAMU Espoo City Museum
Tue-Sun at 11 am – 5 pm 
09 816 57052
kaupunginmuseo@espoo.fi

The Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä and the Finnish Clock and Jewelry Museum are moving and renewing

The Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä and the Finnish Clock and Jewelry Museum have closed their doors at Exhibition Center WeeGee. Both museums will be renovated and moved to a new building next door to WeeGee at Ahertajankuja 3. Both museums will reopen in spring 2022. Read more on the museums' own websites: Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä and Finnish Clock and Jewelry Museum (in Finnish).