The museum is housed in the oldest stone building in Helsinki and is conveniently located just off Senate Square, so it's worth a visit just to see the exterior. Since it's free, we stopped in to see the interior, which is quite pretty. The current exhibit is in honor of Helsinki's status as World Design City, so the display includes sets, costumes and clips from Finnish movies. Printed information is in English, so we were able to learn about the Finnish film industry. Although this might not be a major site, it's interesting if you have time. And there are free bathrooms!!!
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