Welcome to Forssa Nature Museum

The Forssa Nature Museum exhibits Southwest Häme's nature and nature conservation efforts and is located in Forssa's historical Spinning Mill Area.

Opening hours
Forssa Nature Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday during weeks 8 and 9
viikoilla 8 ja 9

Tue–Fri 12pm–4pm, Sat 10am–2pm & Sun 12pm–4pm

Tulevia tapahtumia
Lounais-Hämeen Lintuharrastajat ry:n kanssa
in February and March 2024

Lintuilta Brander-salissa 28.2. klo 18
Lintukävely Loimijoen rantaväylälle 2.3. klo 10
Lintuilta Brander-salissa 19.3. klo 18.30

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Wahreninkatu 4, Entrance A, ForssaWed & Fri 12 –4 pm
Sat 10 am – 2 pm
Sun 12 – 4 pm
5 € / 2 €
free for children, LHLY members & museum card holders
Note: From February 19 to March 3, we are open Tue–Fri 12pm–4pm, Sat 10am–2pm & Sun 12pm–4pm.

The story of Forssa Nature Museum

The first steps towards the establishment of the Forssa Museum of Natural History were taken in 1951, when The South-West Häme Commission on Conservation of Nature was founded as a division of The South-West Häme Regional and Museum Society. This society - Finland's first local one of the field - became an independent registered society in 1956 as The Nature Conservation Society of South-West Häme. Read more.