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The museum was opened in 1904 on the top of the hill.
The Art Nouveau building is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks and an attraction in itself.
The comprehensive art collection includes works from the late 1800's to the early 1900's.
A majestic looking building heading towards Turku downtown. In the permanent collection there are paintings of some most famous Finnish artists like Schjerfbeck, Edelfeldt, Gallen-Kallela and many others. In the changing exhibition I saw impressionistic paintings by three local artists from the early years of...More
This art museum features mainly Finnish paintings and sculptures, including Turku local art. At the moment of my visit there's an exhibition about three Turku based impressionist artists. Museum is not very big, 1 hour should suffice.
This art museum has a good concept: It has good own collections from the "Golden Age" of Finnish art (fin de siècle), temporary exhibitions are always very relevant (this summer a Swedish star Dick Bengtsson), and there are always also contemporary studios for the most...More
The museum is not huge so it is easy to visit. It has also a very good coffee shop. The location is on a hill from where you can see the town. Regulariry special themes like now waiting by Swedish painter Dick Bengtsson but only...More
Every time I go to Turku I try to visit theirs art museum. This time they had a nice exhibition about the Finnish ceramist Rut Bruk. She is considered a key reformer of modern Finnish ceramic art. I also visited the museums own collection of...More
Turku Art Museum is well worth a visit if only for the views it offers from the hill it's situated. The building is old and lovely. The art collections are spread on several floors, and the permanent collection is really quite good. The café is...More
A very nice place in the middle of the town, silent and a nice place to relax in the enclosed little area. The beautiful historcial building is adapted with modern technical stuff, so Art-Exhibitions can be done very beautiful.
The museum is located on top of a high hill in the middle of the city. The very fine building looks extraordinarily wellcomig and mysterious as it stands there on the top. Fine collection of Finnish and Scandinavian art on the top floor. Very good...More