Museum closed until 2.10.2021.
Tampere Art Museum and the museum shop are closed during exhibition changes.
The museum is closed on following days in 2021:
1.1., 8.3.-19.4., 2.4., 1.5., 25.–27.6., 6.12., 23.–26.12.
The museum is exceptionally open only until 4pm on following days in 2021:
1.4., 30.4., 24.6., 22.12. and 31.12.
Please wea a face mask, so do we too. Our premises and contact surfaces have been given a self-disinfecting photocatalytic coating. All facilities are cleaned extra carefully. At the info desk there is a plexiglass screen. We hope you can pay with a card, Finnish Museum Card or Museum Card application.
Please make sure your hands are clean and cough and sneeze into your elbow. Maintain a safe distance from other visitors and the personnel. However, our personnel is happy answer your questions. Please come to the museum only if you are in good health, we do the same.
Adults 12 €
Children (7-17 y.), unemployed, pensioners and students 5 €
Discount ticket 7 €
Groups 9 € pp
Children under 7 y for free
Family ticket 24 € (2 adults + 1-4 children)
Cancelled until further notice: Free admission on Fridays at 3-6pm!
Free entrance with the Finnish Museum card.
The Tampere Art Museum has good public transport connections by the Pyynikintori plaza. The closest stops are the "Pyynikintori" bus stops. Buses from the railway station take about 15 min. For more information about public transport: Tampere Regional Transport (https://www.nysse.fi/en/etusivu.html)
Unfortunately, the art museum doesn’t have its own parking spots. The closest parking spots are the two- and four-hour disc parking spots on Puutarhakatu and Mariankatu. The closest disabled parking spots are on Puutarhakatu near the entrance end of the Pyynikki swimming hall. Visitors may also be dropped off by the side of the street in front of the art museum from which there is a slight upward slope to the museum main doors.
Bicycles may be parked at the bicycle stands on the yard of the Tampere Art Museum that are located on the left-hand side of the building.
Chartered buses may drop off and pick up their customers in front of the art museum on Puutarhakatu. At the end of Puutarhakatu there is also a one-hour parking area for chartered vehicles.