Open in 2023
May 16th – September 3rd Tue-Sun 10am-6pm.
Closed June 23rd-25th
Closing 4 pm June 22nd
Open 10am-10pm May 20th
and August 10.8th
There is no wheelchair accessibility inside the exhibition spaces or inside the cafe Amurin Helmi.
Adults 9 €
Pensioners 6 €
Groups (of 10 or more persons) 6 €/person
Children (7 to 17 year-olds) and students 5 €
Family ticket (2 adults and 1-4 children) 20 €
War veterans and children under 7 years 0 €
Free admission on Fridays 3pm–6pm.
Free admission with Museokortti.
Groups! Please inform us in advance of your visit.
Students from Tampere city schools can visit for free with a teacher, and students from Pirkanmaa area can visit for free with a teacher during August-September. Groups are asked to inform us of their visit in advance.
Attention teachers! Please take a look at the school package and activities offered at the museum here.
33230 Tampere, Finland
Tel. +358 3 5656 6690
By public transport
The museum of historic housing has good public transport connections by the Pyynikintori plaza. The closest stops are the “Pyynikintori” bus stops and Tramway stops. Buses from the railway station take about 15 minutes.
Unfortunately, the museum doesn’t have its own parking spots. There are two-hour parking spaces available along Satakunnankatu using a parking disc.
Bicycles may be parked at the bicycle stands in front of the museum.
We follow the principles of creating a safer space
We strive to be courteous and friendly to everyone at the Amuri Museum of historic Housing.
We give space for diverse individuals and opinions, and do not make assumptions based on gender, background, ethnicity, culture, sexuality, ability, or wealth.
Bullying is not tolerated here.
We approach new things without prejudice and have a desire to learn and grow. If you experience harassment or any form of inappropriate behavior, do not hesitate to inform the staff at the Amuri Museum of historic Housing.
We are here for you.
We believe in inspiring knowledge. Learning, discovering, and experiencing all go hand in hand at the Amuri Museum of historic Housing. We promote equality, fairness, and strive to reduce social inequality. We work towards accuracy in information, transparency in knowledge production, and combat the problem of science denial. You are welcome to ask questions and wonder. Each person is free to experience our exhibitions in their own unique way.