KAMU - museum of history of Espoo
Welcome to KAMU Espoo City Museum at the beginning of Summer!
KAMU in the Exhibition centre WeeGee, Glims Farmstead Museum and Lagstad School Museum open on 2.6.2020. Pentala Archipelago Museum opens on 6.6. and Villa Museum Villa Rulludd on 7.6.2020.
KAMU is one of the Espoo City Museum museums. KAMU is located in the Exhibition Centre WeeGee, the former Weilin & Göös printing works in Tapiola. Our permanent exhibition A Thousand Stories from Espoo takes the visitor from prehistory to medieval times and all the way to the second largest city in Finland. Domestic and international themes are presented in our annually changing exhibitions. In KAMU one is allowed to see, touch and experiment - we offer a diverse program, such as weekly guided tours, lectures and work demonstrations.
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Tue, Sat & Sun 11 am – 5 pm
Wed - Fri 11 am – 7 pm (on Fridays free admission 5-7 pm)
Extended opening hours 11–21 on the first Friday of the month 1.9.2020-30.4.2021, free admission 5-9 pm
WeeGee parking spaces will be expanded in 2021,
there will be a temporary decrease in parking spaces during construction
A large, sheltered new parking facility will be built in front of WeeGee during 2021. During the mining and construction of the underground car park, approximately 30 customer places are in use in front of the exhibition centre from 13 October 2020 to 1 October 2021. The construction site does not affect pick-up and drop-off traffic or the accessible parking spaces at the exhibition centre.
For those arriving at the exhibition centre by car, we recommend using multi-storey car parks and parking areas in Tapiola Centre, where the Tapiola metro station and bus terminal are also located, about 700 metres away.
The WeeGee Exhibition Centre warmly welcomes customers to explore the entire range of exhibitions in our spacious, safe facilities.