WELCOME TO THE MUSEUM – SAFELY

There has been new restrictions concerning cultural premises in Uusimaa due to covid 19. To provide you a safe visit, we at the Helinä Rautavaara Museum continue to require corona passports from our visitors who are over 16. In addition to corona passports, we have...

AT THE MERCY OF WATER – 6.11.2020 – 3.10.2021

People facing climate change   Tropical cyclones lash the coasts of the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. The arrival of monsoon rains cannot be foreseen, and wind directions are unpredictable. Sea levels are rising. These and many other phenomena are...

MUSEUM OPENS 14.05.2021

Welcome to the museum – safely Friday 14.5. the doors of our museum open again to the public! How can we provide a safe museum visit? We have intensified the cleaning and the museum has handmade bottles on display. We limit the number of guests, so you may have...

THE MUSEUM STORE SERVES

We are here to serve you on: Tuesdays 11-17 Wednesdays 12-18 Thursdays 12-18 Our products are • fair trade • hand made • and additionally, most are made of recycled materials! Our MUSEUM SHOP is OPEN although our exhibitions are closed. Our museum workers use masks...

Mexican Day of the dead – “Día de Muertos” 30.10 – 1.11.2020

The Day of the dead – “Día de Muertos” is one of the most important expressions of Mexican cultural heritage. It is celebrated in Mexico every November 1st. Altars are constructed in order to commemorate the loved ones, adorning it with offerings, decorations and...

3.3.-25.10.2020 THOSE WHO LEFT

The photographic exhibition Those Who Left shows what can happen to people who have left their home, striving for something better. In their photographs from 2008–2018, Anna Autio and Katja Tähjä capture the impact that being on the move has had on people. This is the...