Museums in Finland
A museum which is always in a state of readiness! All children will enjoy themselves among all the fire trucks which they are also allowed to sit in. After exploring the museum, the children’s’ own fire truck waits outdoors; here they can jump in and out as much as they want. There is also an old-fashioned handheld hose which gives a sense of how it was to be a fireman in times past. Swings, a sandbox and a large trampoline add extra fun to the games.
Antti Vähälä's private car museum with 30 cars and a few motorcycles.
A collection of over 200 old vehicles, including cars, lorries, motor bikes and tractors. Within the museum also an exhibition of car models and antiques. / antique items. The idea of founding a private car museum dates back to the 1960s when the owners first started renovating old cars. The museum was finally opened in 1999 in Ylämylly, some 13 km from Joensuu, in premises of over 2000m2.
Reino Rosten's collection, showing thirty cars.
The museum is full of memories from the good old times and offers all ages a lot of exciting things to see. More than 100 old vehicles, including a Morris Bullnose a Harley-Davidson from 1917 and more; an old time classroom, old cameras and radios among other things will help you to take a time trip into the past.
Private museum of mostly American cars and there are a few scooters as well.
The Espoo Car Museum is the largest, most diversified and oldest vehicle museum in Finland. Objects and special exhibitions are often altered, so also those who revisit beautiful Pakankylä in Espoo may find something new.There are cars and motorcycles from the early 1900s up until family cars of the 1960s and 1970s, which have disappeared from the motoring scene. Our sports car collection is of major interest, too.
Gårdskulla Manor is one of the largest farms in Finland. The private Museum contains over 100 different tractors and thousands of tools and items from the Finnish countryside.
This little local museum shows classic cars, motorcycles and automobilia.