A museum visit during coronavirus

We want to make your visit as comfortable and safe as possible. To this end we have some guidelines for our visitors. We welcome you to experience art safely!

Come to the museum only in good health – art will wait for you 

You are welcome to visit the Sinebrychoff Art Museum if you are feeling well. If you are ill, stay at home. If necessary, contact health care. 

Follow our safety guidelines

We take a limited amount of visitors to the museum at the time. Please consider that possible queues will take place outside. No advance registration.

Wear a face mask at the museum. The guideline applies to people aged 12 and over. You can buy an individually packaged, disposable face mask from our ticket office for €1. If you cannot wear a mask for health reasons, we will lend you a visor. After use, we will disinfect the visor and store it away for at least 24 hours before it is used again. 

Remember to keep a safe distance of two metres. Our staff will also keep a safe distance from you. 

Prefer a bank card or contactless payment. Until further notice, we do not recommend using cash as a means of payment. Museum Card visitor: show your Museum Card at the ticket office, or download the Museum Card application and read the QR code at the ticket office to get access to the museum. 

Use the lift alone or with people in your group.

If necessary, we limit the number of visitors at the museum.

Remember good hand hygiene

  • Make sure your hands are clean when you come to the museum. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap or use hand sanitiser, as necessary.
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow. 
  • Do not touch the works of art. 
  • Avoid touching surfaces.

Our staff also pay special attention to good hand hygiene. Our members of staff wear a face mask or a visor in situations where it is not possible to maintain a safe distance. 

Neat and clean 

We pay special attention to hygiene and cleanliness in all our spaces. All touchable elements have been temporarily removed from the exhibitions. The Sinebrychoff Art Museum follows the official instructions of the Finnish Government. 

Events, guided tours and exhibition intros

There will not be any events, guided tours or exhibition intros arranged until further notice. Groups are welcome at the museum when restrictions are lifted. This information will be updated at the time.

We take care of the safety of our audience at all our events.  Attendance at our events is restricted as follows: 

  • Free and private guided tours, 10 people 
  • Free exhibition intros in the White Cellar, 20 people. 
  • Lectures in the White Cellar, 20 people. 
  • Art workshops in the White Cellar, 12 people.