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Mannerheim Museum

Kalliolinnantie 14, Helsinki 00140, Finland
+358 3 5809635443
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Kalliolinnantie 14, Helsinki 00140, Finland
+358 3 5809635443
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Reviewed 6 days ago

It's an intimate museum--the home of Marshal Mannerheim. He grew up in a bankrupt Swedish noble family, went to be a soldier in Russia and rose to the rank of Major General in the Tsar's army. He traveled as a spy on horse back across...More

Thank Rolf L
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

The museum is based on a tour - when we arrived, a guide was assigned to us and off we went. Although on general I do not wish to join such tours it was rather integral part of the experience - and also rather clear...More

1  Thank peki321
Reviewed 11 April 2017

The house where Mannerheim lived in Helsinki is lovingly preserved jsut as the famous Marshal left it, you get the feeling that you have been invited to his home and are a welcome visitor. The guides are very knowledgable and friendly. There are many interesting...More

Thank r0sebush
Reviewed 8 April 2017

You can only visit this excellent site by having a guided tour. You may have to wait a bit if you need to have the tour in English, but it turned out to be worth waiting. You get a fine impression of Mannerheims many different...More

1  Thank Gunnar G
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Mannerheim museum in located in one of the prettiest part of Helsinki, in Kaivopuisto. We took a guided tour which cost 12 euros per person. If you are interested in the history of Finland and Mannerheim, the museum is really worth visiting.

Thank Mielikki68
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Small unique museum in nice Kaivopuisto area. You can combite your walking within this nice area, to admire sea and nice residental area and visit this museum. This museum is very interesting, including Guide tour, in many languages. Opening hours just Friday, Sat and Sun...More

Thank Isandra_777
Reviewed 24 January 2017

This is a very well put and organized museum telling about Mannerheim's life and at the sametime you become familar with his character as the guide is telling about everything. I came out from there a lot wiser and respecting the guy of whom I...More

Thank Päivi A
Reviewed 20 December 2016

I love museums where people actually have lived. This is one of those. The marchalk Mannerheim was a very interesting person not only political but also as an interior designer. I've been there many times and I always find something new.

1  Thank 53tiina
Reviewed 10 November 2016

This house is exciting Finnish history, the home of a major person in Finland (and partly also Russian history). Very interesting place and good guides.

1  Thank Jouko O
Reviewed 25 October 2016

Great museum that will teach you a lot about Finlands history and what happened during WW2. The exhibitions are very well organized and beautifully done.

2  Thank Sabrina C
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20 February 2016|
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Response from Andy D | Reviewed this property |
As Mikko said, about 10 mins from the terminal. I clearly walk slower than he does :) It is uphill. Take your map, there is no significant signposting!