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Arrival and accessibility

Location: Wahreninkatu 4, Entrance A, 2nd floor, 30100 Forssa

Free parking is available at the front yard of the museum. Using a parking disc is required.

The museum spaces are accessible with a wheelchair, but crossing the entrance thresholds might require assistance. There is an accessible restroom at the museum.

Opening hours

Summer season

The museum is open in the summer season (June 1 – August 31)

Tuesday–Sunday 11 am – 3 pm

Winter season

The museum is open in the winter season (September 1 – May 31)

Wednesday and Friday 12 pm – 4 pm

Saturday 10 am – 2 pm

Sunday 12 pm – 4 pm

Holidays (museum closed)

Epiphany January 6, Easter March 29 to April 1, May Day May 1, Pentecost May 19, Midsummer Eve and Day June 21–22, All Saints' Day November 2, Independence Day December 6, Christmas December 24–26 and New Year's Eve and Day December 31 to January 1. The museum is also closed from January 8 to 14, 2024 for maintenance.

The museum will also be closed 8–14.1.2024 for maintenance.

Entrance fee

5 € for adults.

2 € for students, the unemployed, pensioners, conscripts and civil servants, as well as groups of over 10 people.

No charge for persons under 18 years of age and for the members of Southwest Häme Nature Conservation Association.

Free entry for everyone to the changing exhibition and museum shop.

We accept museum cards and payment via Smartum, Epassi, and Edenred.

Guided tours

Guided tours are free of charge for school and daycare groups from Southwest Häme. Tours for school and daycare groups from other areas at a reduced price of 40 € per hour. Read more.

Guided tours for other groups is 50 € / hour + entrance fees with group pricing. We also offer customized packages, e.g. workshop days for companies.

Museum shop

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The selection of our small museum shop includes Finnish-made plushies, unique nature-themed items, and postcards. By buying from us, you support the museum's activities, environmental education for children and youth, as well as local nature conservation efforts.

You are welcome to browse our selection without paying an entrance fee.