Get tickets

Buy your tickets online and you’ll avoid any possible queues at the museum’s ticket sales.

When you arrive for your visit, please use the Lasipalatsi Square’s accessible entrance, on the other side of the building instead of the main doors. At the main entrance, there might be a queue to buy tickets. With an online ticket you do not have to queue there, use the Lasipalatsi Square’s entrance.

Tickets are also sold at the door!

📆 Choose a visiting date and time from the booking calendar down below. You can get tickets for the same day and with a very short notice.

🎟 Choose ticket type from the drop-down menu and pick the number of those tickets needed. Add to basket.

♻️ Need different kinds of tickets? Repeat the previous. Collect all the tickets needed into your basket per ticket type. Babies, children and everyone using the 0 € -ticket type also need their own ticket. You can edit your order also at your shopping basket -view. The maximum number of tickets you can get in one order is six.

💳 Once you have everything in your shopping basket, move to order and pay. No service or reservation fees.

📧 When your order is completed, you will receive two emails from us. The other one is a payment confirmation and the other one is your QR-code ticket.

❗️ Your tickets’ visiting time cannot be changed. We refund tickets only in case of sickness. Email us at before your visiting time.

💬 Any questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us at!

🚪 Arrive at the museum during the time shown in your ticket. Use the entrance on Lasipalatsi Square, on the other side of the building. It’s accessible. There likely is a queue to ticket sales at the main entrance on Mannerheimintie. Since you already have your tickets, use the other entrance.

👀 Show your ticket’s QR-code at the lobby and we’ll give you the day’s entrance sticker. Show your museumcard/museokortti, if you have a museokortti-ticket. Welcome to the museum!

General admission: 20 €
OP Cooperative bank customer-owner -20 %, discount code in OP mobile app
Reduced price: 15 €
For pensioners, teachers with a union card, or with an EU disability card.
Students, unemployed and everyone under 30 years old: 5 €
Reduction with a valid student card, proof of student status, ID card or proof of unemployment.
Under 18 year olds & others: 0 €
Everyone under 18 years old, those with a Museum Card, assistants for people who are disabled, ICOM, The Artists’ Association of Finland, CiMAM cards and press cards, Amos Rex free tickets – show it at the museum.

Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard
Nordea, OP, OP B2B, Oma OP, Säästöpankki, Danske Bank, POP pankki, Ålandsbanken, Handelsbanken, Aktia, S-pankki
MobilePay, Pivo, Siirto
Personal tickets only: Smartum, ePassi

No service or reservation fees.

Buy tickets at the museum

Tickets at the museum are sold at the main entrance’s ticket sales.

Bear in mind, queues tend to form at ticket sales especially during popular visiting times. While queuing, you can always check if any tickets are available online for the next 20-minute time slots! When you get your tickets online, you can enter through the other entrance at Lasipalatsi square and exchange your ticket into an entrance sticker there.

You cannot visit the current exhibition as a group. Tickets will be sold at the museum as soon as there is space in the exhibition again. The Quiet Parade is a complete, park-like installation with narrow paths and little space to walk. That’s why even those who arrive as a group enter the exhibition as someone leaves it.

Ticket sales at the museum close 30 min before closing time. If the exihibition stays full near our closing time, we might hav to close a bit earlier even.

Customer service

Do you have any questions about the tickets or your museum visit at Amos Rex? Read our answers to the most frequently answered questions.


Customer Service
tel. 09 6844 460
Open Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 2 pm

Museum visit & COVID-19

If you can’t keep a safe distance to others at the museum, we recommend you wear a facemask.

Please stay home if you are feeling unwell. Do not come to the museum if you are feeling unwell, or if you suspect that you have been exposed to the corona virus.