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Just near Senate Square, this stone building is the oldest in Helsinki. Built in 18th-century rococo style, Sederholm Talo has been turned into a museum that documents the life of Johan Sederholm, a Counsellor of Commerce who lived in the early part of the 18th...More
We had a blast here when visiting with kids in August 2016! There's a kids museum where children can play school in 18/19th century Helsinki, or shopkeeper, shoemaker etc dressing up as people did centuries ago. There's also a flat from the 70's which is...More
Museum has been just opened after renovation and it's great place to spend few hours with kids. There isn't entrance fee and kids are aloud to play with everything they cross with, dress up, puppet show, little store, shoe making, loading a boat, driving horse...More
The museum is in fact an old house converted into a historical playground for children. This place is ideal for kids, especially for a stop during the long sightseeing day. It's free, you just walk in and start exploring. Children are even able to play...More
This museum is clearly meant for younger kids (<10 years) and for that audience it is nice. You can spent there easily couple of hours and as there is no admission fee it is just brilliant place if you need some activity for kids during...More