Ainola is open on Midsummer Sunday, the 26th of June, 10 am to 5 pm. Welcome to enjoy our house, garden and forest – and don´t forget Café Aulis!

Follow Aino and Jean Sibelius footsteps and take the R-train from Helsinki Railway Station to Ainola Railway Stop from where there is a short walk to Ainola.

Welcome to the world of Aino and Jean Sibelius!

We are open from the 3rd of May 2022 until the 30th of September 2022, from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10am to 5pm.

The museum is closed during Midsummer on the 24th and 25th of June and also on the 13th of August due to a private event. 

Please contact us at info@ainola.fi if you wish to book a guided tour.

Ticket prices: Adults 15 € / Pensioners 10 € / Students 8 € / Children 4 € (7-16 year olds)

Check out our summer 2022 concert schedule here: https://museot.fi/events/?&x_hakulause=Ainola

The ticket sale and the museum shop are located in the cafe building, which is on the right from the gate. 

Click here to download information about the house in English.

Café Aulis is also open during the opening hours of the museum. Reservations and enquiries can be made via email aulis@ainola.fi or by phone during the opening hours, tel. 044 5757505.

We warmly welcome you to Ainola, the home of Jean and Aino Sibelius!

Changes to the opening times of the museum are possible, please follow for any updates.

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Download the new museokortti-app for free from google play or app store to your mobile device!

With the museokortti-app you can register your visit safely and contact free.

You can buy a museum card from us or online

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