Finnish Natural History Museum

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Helsinki’s Natural History Museum covers 4 billion years of natural history with interesting displays; including a skeleton of a Steller’s sea cow, which became extinct in 1768 just 20 years after the species was identified.

Our address

Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 13, 0014 University of Helsinki
Tram 4, 4T, 7A. 10 (stop: Lasipalatsi) Bus 21V, 24, 39N (stop: Arkadian puisto)
Telephone (091) 9128 800
Admission 5 -10 €
    Open Tue-Sun 10am-5pm

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  • Ari, 03 Jul 2018

    A lot of things to check out so you should have enough time.

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