More tickets will be available on 10 March.
To ensure everyone’s safety, you may only visit with a pre-booking: tickets are sold online, and guided tours are also available. Tickets are not sold on site.
- Please note that all visitors, even people aged 0–18 years need to have an advance ticket.
- You can visit with the Museum Card, but Museum Card holders must also book their museum visits in advance online. If necessary, the Museum Card can be purchased or renewed upon arrival.
General admission: 20 €
Reduced price: 15 €
For pensioners, teachers with a union card, conscripts, non-military servicemen, or with a disability card.
Students, unemployed and under 30 years: 5 €
Reduction with a valid student card, proof of student status, ID card or proof of unemployment.
Under 18 years of age: 0 €
Others: 0 €
Those with a Museum Card, Helsinki Card, assistants for the disabled, teachers preparing lessons (with a valid group booking), ICOM and CiMAM cards and press cards.
Ticket sales end 30 minutes before the museum closes.
|Thu 1 Apr||Maundy Thursday||Closed|
|Fri 2 Apr||Good Friday||Closed|
|Sat 3 Apr||Holy Saturday||Closed|
|Sun 4 Apr||Easter Sunday||Closed|
|Mon 5 Apr||Easter Monday||Closed|
|Fri 30 Apr||May Day Eve||11–18|
|Sat 1 May||May Day||Closed|
|Thu 13 May||Ascension Thursday||11–17|
|Sun 23 May||Pentecost||11–17|
|Sat 12 Jun||Helsinki Day||11–17|
|Thu 24 Jun||Day before Midsummer Eve||11–18|
|Fri 25 Jun||Midsummer Eve||Closed|
|Sat 26 Jun||Midsummer Day||Closed|
|Sun 27 Jun||Midsummer Sunday||Closed|
|Thu 19 Aug||The Night of the Arts||11–23|
|6–21 Sep||Exhibition construction||Closed|
|Fri 5 Nov||Eve of All Saints’ Day||11–20|
|Sat 6 Nov||All Saints’ Day||11–17|
|Sun 5 Dec||Eve of Independence Day||11–17|
|Mon 6 Dec||Independence Day||11–17|
|Thu 23 Dec||Day before Christmas Eve||Closed|
|Fri 24 Dec||Christmas Eve||Closed|
|Sat 25 Dec||Christmas Day||Closed|
|Sun 26 Dec||Boxing Day||11–17|
|Fri 31 Dec||New Year’s Eve||11–17|
Open weekdays 1–2pm
09 6844 460
Book guided tours
Open Mon, Wed and Thu 1–4pm
09 6844 4633
Address: Amos Rex (Lasipalatsi)
Amos Rex’s main entrance is in the Lasipalatsi (glass palace), on the Mannerheimintie side. The closest Metro stations are Kamppi and Central Railway Station, and the museum can be reached from either of those without crossing busy streets.
Bicycle racks are available along Mannerheimintie, on the Simonkatu side and in the Lasipalatsi courtyard. The nearest city bike station is in front of the Kiasma art museum.
Chartered buses can leave and pick-up groups outside Lasipalatsi, on Mannerheimintie, but there is no parking available.
An accessible entrance is situated on the Lasipalatsi Square side. Those who use the accessible entrance can buy tickets in the museum gift shop.
Three accessible toilets are available on the exhibition level.
The museum has a free unguarded cloakroom and lockers that are at your disposal during your visit to the museum.
Please note that large items do not fit in the museum’s cloakroom or lockers. Luggage storage is available, for example, at Helsinki Railway Station, 350 meters from Amos Rex.
Rules of the museum
The rules exist so that both the artworks and the visitors can enjoy the museum.
- The artworks must not be touched.
- Visitors must proceed calmly through the museum.
- You do not need to be silent, but we ask that you take other visitors into consideration.
- To ensure the safety of the artworks, no leaning on the walls or display cases.
- Pets are not allowed in the museum. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are welcome.
- Always obey instructions given by the museum staff.
For the safety of the artworks you are not allowed to bring into the exhibition space:
- backpacks and large bags, maximum size for handbags is 30 x 30cm
- camera tripods or selfie sticks
- outerwear on rainy days (also note that jackets cannot be carried over the arm)
- studded shoes
Amos Rex is an art museum open to everyone. Our core values include equality, as a museum and as a workplace, and we do not accept any form of discrimination on our premises. We hope that our visitors will contribute to making Amos Rex a safe and enjoyable place for everyone – regardless of ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation or physical appearance.
Food and drink
Half a dozen restaurants and cafés operate adjacent to the museum, so there is little danger of hunger striking during museum visits. Lasipalatsi (Glass Palace) has many restaurants Haiku and Ravintola Lasipalatsi as well as cafés La Torrefazione, Cafe Java and Café Lasipalatsi. There are two terraces Dekki and Lasipalatsin Laituri on the Lasipalatsi square for sunny summer days.