The Museum of Technology is located in a round yellow building at Viikintie 1d.
You can find the Energy hall (Energiasali) and the Yrityskylä in the red brick building in the middle, and the filter hall (Suodatinahlli) in the red brick building on the side of the dam.
The Museum of Technology is located on Kuninkaankartanonsaari, about 7 kilometers northeast of the train station.
You can easily get to the Museum of Technology by public transport directly from the railway station. You can easily find the right stop, as its name is the Museum of Technology.
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If you come by car, you should prefer the Katariina Saksilaisen katu 7 parking, because there is limited parking space on the museum island.
Museosaari’s few parking spaces are located near the gate and at both ends of the Energy hall (Energiasali) building. Please don’t park in reserved spaces or along road.
In front of the main building of the Museum of Technology, there are racks for bikes that enable frame locking.
You can find the nearest city bike stations on Katariina Saksilainen street and Verkatehtaanpuisto a short walk away.
The Museum of Technology is located in the museum premises of the Helsinki City Waterworks. The exhibition spaces are not accessible in all respects. The museum staff is happy to help with questions related to accessibility.
The museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, but please contact customer service if you need a quieter environment for your museum visit during the museum’s closing hours.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome in the museum.
Free entry for assistants.
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