Suomenlinna Toy Museum is located in a powder-coloured wooden villa and its collection boasts old dolls, antique teddy bears and other old toys
Save on entry to the Suomenlinna Toy Museum with your Go Helsinki pass
- The museum's collection of toys date from the beginning of the 19th century up to the 1970s
- The toys in the collection are from Finland and reflect Finnish games and social history, including from the wartime
Situated on Suomenlinna Island, the renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Toy Museum Helsinki is a great one to indulge in a bit of childhood nostalgia.
The museum's collection of toys date from the beginning of the 19th century, featuring hundreds of dolls, around a hundred classic and historic teddy bears and other popular toys from the 19th-20th centuries.
The cosy private museum also has a cafe and a museum shop in the same building.
The museum has a guidebook in Finnish, Swedish, English, German and Russian that visitors can borrow.
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Hours of Operation
Please check official website for the most updated opening hours.
Suomenlinna C 66
Transportation: Boat From Market Square (Kauppatori)
+358 (0)40 500 6607