The National Museum of Finland
The National Museum of Finland is part of the Finnish Heritage Agency’s organisation. It is a museum of Finnish cultural history, serving as the central museum of its kind in the country, and its purpose is to study, collect, and display items and artefacts that represent cultural heritage.
The National Museum of Finland’s extensive and old cultural history collections comprise over half a million objects.
These objects illustrate Finnish history, contemporary life, folk culture and the culture of Finno-Ugric peoples as well as different cultures from various parts of the world.
The National Museum of Finland is also in charge of the operations of eight other museums, Häme Castle and Olavinlinna Castle, and engages actively in the development of museum activities in its field.