Ainola is open during the summer season: 2.5-30.9.2023.
Note: Ainola is closed on 12.8.2023 due to a private event.
We also accept Museum Card and Kaikukortti.
Children under 7 years old can visit Ainola for free.
Tickets can be purchased at Ainola’s ticket sale during the museum’s opening hours. Ainola’s ticket sale closes at 16.30. The ticket sale is located in a building near the entrance gate.
The ticket sale and the museum shop are located in the café building.
Guided tours can be booked in advance. There is no extra fee for booking a guided tour, they are included in the entrance tickets. Guided tours can be booked via email or phone:
09 287 322 (during opening hours)
Cancellations must be made at least a day in advance. A full fee will be charged for uncancelled bookings.
Guided tours can be booked for 1-20 people. If the group size exceeds the limit, the group will be divided, and separate tours will be held.
A guided garden tour can be booked for an extra fee of 40 €/ group. For more info, contact us by email.
Daily guided tours are held in Finnish at 14.00. Open for all visitors, no reservation needed.
Ainola can be accessed by car, train, buss or bicycle.
R-train from Helsinki or Tampere/Riihimäki stops at Ainola platform, which is about 1km walk away from the museum.
PLEASE NOTE: Ainola’s train stop is closed between 19.6-9.12.2023, due to track work. The nearest train station is Järvenpää, from where you can take a buss to Ainola. The distance from Järvenpää station to Ainola is about 2.5km.
The museum has a large parking lot reserved for Ainola’s visitors arriving by car.
A reserved spot for bicycles can be found inside the gated area, on the left from the entrance gate.
Guide dogs are allowed into the museum and garden. All dogs are welcome to the café area.
Ainola’s ticket sale and café are located about 40 meters to the right from the entrance gate. The building is accessible. The building can be entered through an outdoor corridor, the entrance door locating on the left. Accessible toilet is on the right side of the outdoor corridor. More toilets can be found inside the café.
The museum building is located about 150 meters away from the ticket sale. An accessible path is located on the left side of the property, viewing from the gate. The path is made of gravel and it goes uphill, towards the main building. The slope is somewhat steep and includes a bench half way up the hill. The museum porch includes a wheelchair lift. Museum personnel will assist with the wheelchair lift. The museum has thresholds and narrow doorways, however a visit with both rollators and wheelchairs are possible. Plain language and audio descripted tours can be booked in advance.
Ainola’s garden is only partially accessible. The paths are narrow gravel paths, with occasional slopes. Ainola’s sauna building is not wheelchair accessible.
The accessibility of the gravel path going through Ainola’s forest cannot be guaranteed.
Ainola’s personnel will gladly provide help and advice when needed!