Sightseeing Helsinki: Kiasma Museum
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma (Kiasma) – one of the brightest and most modern Museums of Finland. It was built on the project of the American architect Stephen Hall and is considered one of his best works. The name of the museum is directly connected with the architectural concept and form of the building. "Chiasma", Translated from Greek means "Perekrest". So called the place of the brain, where the fibers of the visual nerves partially intersect.
The museum opened in 1998, currently in its collections – more than 8,000 exhibits, annually Kyiama’s meetings are replenished with new works of modern art Finland and neighboring countries.
The Museum also has a theater in which viewers can see a variety of performances. The entrance to the theater is paid separately, the price depends on the presentation. You can see the schedule and cost of tickets on the official website of the museum.
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
The building of the Kiasma Museum in itself is a bright model of contemporary art
Working hours: Monday – day off; Tuesday and Sunday 10: 00-17: 00; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10: 00-20: 30; Saturday 10: 00-18: 00.
Free excursions in the Museum at Finnish are held every Friday at 18:00, in English – every first Saturday of the month at 14:00, and in the period from July to August every Saturday of the month at the same time. Excursions in Swedish are held in every first Saturday of the month at 13:00.
Ticket price: 10 euros for adults, 8 euros for students, pensioners and other preferential categories, as well as for groups from 10 people. Free for children under 18, as well as every first Friday of the month for all visitors.