Opening Hours 2023
Entrance Fees 2023
|Children (7 – 17 years), students, pensioners||6 eur|
|Children under 7 years||FREE|
|Family ticket (includes 2 adults, 3 children)||30 eur|
|Junior card / 1 year / 7-17 yrs||20 €|
Free entrance with Museum Card, as well as with ICOM and IATM Card. We sell Museum Card, the price in 2023 is 76 €/y, renewing 69,50 €.
With European Youth Card entrance fee 6 €.
For the fees of our guided tours, simulator services, meeting premises and consultation services, see the full price list here.
NB! Please note that there is no heating in the Exhibition Halls so please dress according to the temperature.
There are several parking spots in front of the museum for persons with reduced mobility.
There are free lockers in the entrance lobby.
There is a lavatory for disabled people in the entrance lobby.
There are public lavatories and a child care station in the entrance lobby.
The museum is mainly accessible but there are stairs to some objects in the exhibition.
Wheelchair is available for loan from the ticket office.
Guide dogs and service dogs are welcome in the museum.
Access By Public Transport
You can access the Finnish Aviation Museum by bus and by train, or by city bike. Please check the up-to-date information on timetables and routes from the webpage of Helsinki Regional Traffic.
- The local trains I and P from Helsinki via the Ring Rail. The closest train station is Aviapolis, choose the exit towards Aviabulevardi. The train station is located 300 metres from the Museum.
- The I and P trains stop on all stations on the Ring Rail, so you can also board the train for instance from Tikkurila or Myyrmäki.
- Bus lines 600 (Main Railway Station) and 561, 562 (Itäkeskus) from Helsinki.
ACCESS BY CAR
The Finnish Aviation Museum is easily accessed by car. Drive towards the Helsinki Airport, until you see attraction signs leading towards the Museum.
The museum has a large, free-of-charge parking lot. Note, however, that during special events the parking lot may be crowded.