The museum is open Wed, Sat, Sun 12–17
Co-operation and networks
Finnish Fine Arts Foundation
Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation is a member of the Association of Finnish Fine Arts Foundations. The aim of the association is to promote and familiarize the public with Finnish and international art at home and abroad, to support art as a leisure pursuit, and to further art historical research. The organization has 10 members, the latest addition is Lönnström Art Museum, who became a member in 2021.
The association organizes exhibitions, in which works from the Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation's collection are frequently displayed.
You can read more about the association on it's web page.
Small Art Museums Helsinki
The Small Art Museums Helsinki network includes Didrichsen Art Museum and Villa Gyllenberg on Kuusisaari island, the Reitz Foundation and Kirpilä Art Collections along Hesperiankatu, and the Gallen-Kallela Museum in Tarvaspää, Espoo: five art museums in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area that might be small in size but are colossal in content.
Five opportunities to enjoy unique art experiences, tremendous collections and first-rate temporary exhibitions in homelike surroundings. And all within the AB zone of Helsinki Region Transport! Join us on a wonderful artistic journey.
Visit the network's web page.
The museums in the Laajalahti area have joined forces, and created a map, called "Seaside museums", with all the museums in the area. Buss, metro, tram and city bike stops are also visible, as well as some cafeterias and beaches. More information about the museums and the map here, and you can down load a pdf-version of the map here.
What is this Laajalahti? Laajalahti is the name of the bay in which Kuusisaari is situated, and the museums concerned are Villa Gyllenberg, Didrichsen Art Museum, Seurasaari, Tamminiemi, Gallen-Kallela museums and the home and studio of Alvar Aalto. Common denominators are nature, art, architecture and the sea.