Design Museum Helsinki
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Get a piece of Finnish design for yourself after visiting the Design Museum. They have a nice collection of classics and contemporary items.
Design Museum Helsinki is a specialist museum in Finland that is holding exhibitions on design history and contemporary design.
Has a permanent exhibition featuring the classics of Finnish design, as well as rotating exhibitions of Finnish design.
It's really not just a shop, it's a museum which exhibits Finnish Desing and in the museum shop you can buy Finnish design for souveniers, for example.
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“Great museum of contemporary art. There also a nice restaurant in the building.”
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“The restaurant, opened in 1934, server its customers Finnish food and atmosphere. The spirit of the restaurant is created, with a little help from the personnel, by its particular clientele. Restaurant Sea Horse has served Finnish delicates, such as crispy fried Baltic herrings, vorschmack, herring plates and Wiener schnitzels, for as long as 80 years. It’s safe to say that Sea Horse is a part of Finnish restaurant history, perhaps already somewhat of an institution.”
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Sauna / Steam Room
“If you are curious about Finnish sauna, this is a good option for a public sauna and dipping yourself in the sea (for the brave)”
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“Go to the 8th floor to experience rooftop bar, where you can also have sushi and other Finnish delicacy. Very pretty and Instagram worthy! ”
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“The Museum of Finnish Architecture is an architectural museum in Helsinki, Finland. The museum has large collections of drawings, photographs and architectural scale models. It also has its own library and bookstore. The museum organises exhibitions on both Finnish and foreign architecture as well as exhibitions on Finnish architecture for touring abroad.”
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