National Museum of Finland

The National Museum of Finland depicts Finnish history from prehistoric times to the present. The museum is located in Mannerheimintie 34, Helsinki and operates in partnership with the National Board of Antiquities and the Ministry of Culture and Education of the government.

The permanent exhibition is divided into six departments and can be found on four floors. Collections of coins, medals and weapons as well as Finland’s largest archaeological exhibition can also be viewed at this section. They also have temporary exhibitions the current of which is named ‘Adventure in Siberia’ , which can be viewed until February 1, 2015. The museum also hosts various events throughout the year. A Christmas Bazaar is set to open on the 13th of December 2014. Museum shops from all over Finland get to feature all exclusive and high quality products. Museum guests can shop for Christmas presents and decorations. There are a wide variety of products available so guests are sure to find all the latest products that are perfect gift items even musical instruments similar to the Gibson 2015 Thunderbird Vintage Sunburst from Musician’s Friend that we see online.Visiting The National Museum of Finland during this time of the year is indeed the perfect time to not only learn about Finland’s history but at the same time, have some bonding time with your family and friends as you finish your Christmas shopping.

You can learn more about The National Museum of Finland at The National Board of Antiquities’ official website.

* Postcrossing Postcard #81 from Pirjo of Finland.

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