Järvenpää Art Museum

Address: Kirjastokatu 8, Järvenpää
Phone: +358 40 315 3881
E-mail: taidemuseo@jarvenpaa.fi
Website: www.jarvenpaantaidemuseo.fi

See and do

Järvenpää Art Museum (Järvenpään taidemuseo)

Opening hours 2020:

Wed–Sun 10 am–5 pm (closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Closed in October


19. – 22.6.2020 Mid Summer
1. – 31.10.2020 Change of exhibition
Independence Day

Entrance fee
Adults 7 €
Pensioners 6 €
Children under 16 years free
Students 4 €
Combined ticket with Ahola: 9/7/5 €
Museum Card accepted

Rent a bike – free rental with ticket purchase!

Guidance by appointment 40 €

Service languages: Finnish, Swedish and English

Come and enjoy the art at Järvenpää Art Museum. The collection of the museum consists of works by Eero Järnefelt and Venny Soldan-Brofeld, who were close neighbours and membes of the early 1900’s artists’ community at Lake Tuusula. The collection features colourful landscapes, nature lyricism, depictions of everyday family life as well as highly accomplished portraits. In addition, the museum hosts rotating exhibitions.

Järvenpää Art Museum is located close to Järvenpää Railway Station and it is open year round. Compacked, yet well stocked museum shop sells art related souveniers and gifts.  In the summer museum provides bicycle hire for museum customers.

How to arrive at Järvenpää Art Museum?

By Visit Lake Tuusula bus
By train: Järvenpää Railway station 2 minute walk, R and D trains from Helsinki and Riihimäki.

Within a short walking distance

Walking distances from Järvenpää Art Museum to some other interesting attractions:

Villa Cooper 10 minutes
Ainola, home of Jean and Aino Sibelius 30 minutes
Ahola Museum 25 minutes

Halosenniemi Museum 50 minutes via museum road Rantatie

Summer 2020

Opening hours
From 3.6. onwards from Wednesday to Sunday 10-17

1.3.2020–30.9.2020 Suviranta, Studio home of artist Eero Järnefelt

Exhibition about Suviranta in the works of Eero Järnefelt from the collections of Järvenpää art museum and from private collections. The exhibition also features objects and artefacts from Suviranta along with stories of the life of the Järnefelt family in Järvenpää.