Museum open Wed, Sat, Sun 12-17.


Exceptions in opening hours

Museum closed 27.3-25.4.2023, Change of exhibition
Museum closed 24-25.6.2023, Midsummer
Museum closed 14.8-12.9.2023, Change of exhibition
Museum closed 6.12.2023, Independence Day

Museum open 12.6.2023, Helsinki Day


Kuusisaarenpolku 11, 00340 Helsinki.

You will find us here.

How to get there

You'll get to Kuusisaari by changing to bus 510 or 52 in either Munkkiniemi or Aalto University (Otaniemi).

The bus stop closest to us i called Kuusisaarenkuja, and it's right next to the parking lot of Didrichsen Art Museum. Follow the street called Kuusisaarenpolku, you'll find us on the right at the end of the street.

You'll get to Munkkiniemi with buses 20 and 30, or by the tram nr. 4. Change to bus 510 or 52 in Munkkiniemi. During the summer you can also take a city bike.

You can also take the metro to Aalto University and hop on bus 510 or 52.

Search for routes and schedules here.

You can also arrive by bike or by foot following beautiful routes along the Helsinki coast lines. We don't have a dock, but it is possible to get ashore on the northern shore, so kayaking or rowing are also possibilities. Ask your accommodation or Helsinki Tourist Information more about ways of getting around in the city.


Visitors can park their cars in the museum's parking lot or along Kuusisaarenpolku.

There's a bicycle stand on the museums front yard, right next to the left gate.


The new side of the museum (incl. entrance, the museum shop, the gallery and the cafeteria) is accessible for everyone. The main entrance is accessible, there's a lift in the gallery and there is also a wheelchair available (ask more at the front desk). Our special exhibitions are usually on the new side of the museum.

The old side of the museum is less accessible due to numerous steps and a staircase leading upstairs.

There are induction loops at the front desk and in the ceiling of the gallery. More information about the location of these is available at the front desk. The gallery's induction loop is connected to the microphones that are used during e.g. opening speeches and lectures.

One of the toilets in the entrance hall is wheelchair accessible and the same toilet also has a changing table.

Groups and guided tours

Groups can visit the museum both during and outside the opening hours.

You can book a private tour for your group by e-mailing villa(at)

Price list for guided tours

Monday to Friday: 80 €/group
Week-ends: 110 €/group
School and student groups: 40 €/group
Additional hour (if the stay is longer than 2 h): 50 € weekdays, 100 € weekends.

The price for student groups also apply for university students.
The maximum amount of pupils aged 10-18 years is 20 pupils/group, and 15 pupils/group for children under 10 years.

Free admission for group leaders.

Café Signe

The museum's small cafe is located next to the gallery, and it has the same opening hours as the museum (Wed, Sat & Sun 12-17). Groups can pre-order when booking their tour. There are 30 seats in the cafeteria. During the summer, a terrace with a view over Laajalahti bay is also open.

The cafeteria is closed during programs, such as concerts or lectures, that are held in the gallery. Learn more about the museum's program on the page Going on.

Card payments only in the cafeteria!

Groups: please let us know if you wish to order something from the cafeteria.
Larger groups: please visit us outside the opening hours.
A service fee of 50-500 € will be charged for additional arrangements. The fee depends on the arrangements and the size of the group.


Villa Gyllenberg (during opening hours): +358 9 481 333.

The office (Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm): +358 9 647 390.