Haminankaupunginmuseo

Town Museum

The museum building is the oldest building in Hamina built for private use. The Russian Empress Catherine II and her cousin, King Gustavus III of Sweden, negotiated in the building in 1783.

The museum houses a permanent exhibition displaying the colourful history of Hamina, plus temporary exhibitions.

Opening hours:
September-May Wed 14 – 18, Thu – Sat 12 – 16
June-August Tue, Thu – Sun 10 – 16, Wed 12 – 18

Entry fees:
3 € / 1,5 €
Free entry on Wednesdays and for under 18s.

Kauppiaantalonmuseo

Shopkeeper’s Museum

In the late 19th and early 20th century, Kasarminkatu street was a busy shopping street. The museum captures the mood of a Finnish-Russian shop and shopkeeper’s home of the early 20th century. The yard houses for example a smithery and craftsmen’s old facilities.

Museum is open to the public seasonally, next time in December 2.12.2020-3.1.2021. At other times for groups by appointment.

Opening hours during seasonal exhibitions:
Wed 14 – 18, Thu – Sun 12 – 16

Entry fees:
3 € / 1,5 €
Free entry on Wednesdays and for under 18s.

RUK-museo

Reserve Officer School Museum

The museum presents the traditions of the Reserve Officer School and its students since the 1920s.

Opening hours:

June-August

Tue-Sun 10-16, at other times by appointment

 

Vehkalahden kotiseutumuseo

Vehkalahti Museum

Yeoman, petty nobility and school history, and the experiences of women who did voluntary service during war time

Opening hours:

June-August

Sat-Sun 12-16, at other times for groups by appointment

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