Address: Sibeliuksenväylä 57, Järvenpää, Show on map

Telephone: +358 40 315 2213

Email: ahola(at)jarvenpaa.fi

Website: https://www.jarvenpaa.fi/ 

Opening hours:
2.5.-30.9. Tue–Sun 11–18
Closed 22.6.-24.6. Midsummer

Entrance fee
Adults 7 €
Pensioners 6 €
Children (under 16 years) 0 €
Students 4 €
Combined fee Ahola - Järvenpää Art Museum 9 / 7 / 5 €
Museum Card accepted 

Guidance by appointment 30 €
For groups over 25 persons 60 €
Ask for the theme guiding! 

Service languages: Finnish, Swedish, English


Ahola exhibits the life of two artists, painter Venny Soldan-Brofeld and her husband, writer Juhani Aho. Soldan-Brofeldt and Aho were the first of many to settle on the shores of Tuusulanjärvi, in 1897, and the first members of the Tuusulanjärvi artists’ community, later to be joined by composer Jean Sibelius, painter Eero Järnefelt, and painter Pekka Halonen with their families.

The ticket office also has a small museum shop and a café.

How to arrive at Ahola? 

By train: Ainola station 20 minute walk, R train from Helsinki and Riihimäki.

By bus: Helsinki - Hyrylä - Järvenpää bus from Kamppi long distance bus station. Bus stop (Ahola) 100 metres from Ahola. Timetables: https://opas.matka.fi/ 

Within a short walking distance

Walking distances from Ahola to some other interesting attractions:
Ainola, home of Jean and Aino Sibelius 5 minutes
Järvenpää Art Museum 25 minutes
Halosenniemi Museum 40 minutes via museum road Rantatie. 



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