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Experience virtual museums and exhibitions


You can enjoy culture under exceptional circumstances, too. So take a nice spot on your sofa and head on a virtual visit to some of the museums & exhibitions, or watch some theatre online! NOTE! The listing will be updated along the year.


Culture in Tampere Region

The national public broadcaster YLE regularly offers guided tours in the museums of Tampere. You can join the tour of the exhibition Ostia, Gateway to Rome in the Museum Centre Vapriikki. The world’s only Moomin Museum has opened its doors online too!  See a tour at the museum (in Finnish) here.


See also Vapriikki’s own videos about Ostia, Gateway to Rome, and Teatterikaupunki-exhibition and a video about Vuoden Luontokuvat 2019 -exhibition. Find out what else you can see and do in Vapriikki from their videos Introduction to Vapriikki and Visit Vapriikki.


You can also get a virtual guided tour (in Finnish) to the exhibition by Joseph Alanen in Tampere Art Museum, the  Still Still Life -exhibition in Sara Hildén’s art museum, and Lenin-museum.


Finland’s only Police Museum in Tampere invites you to learn more about the Finnish police – click the link for a virtual tour. You can also find online exhibitions on their website, about the history of Finnish Police Uniforms and the police of independent Finland or see how their collection looks like.


The exhibitions of the Tampere Urban Culture Unit can be viewed virtually on LiveKuutio. There you can watch the exhibitions around the clock and visit the pop-up gallery even in the middle of the night.


Culture near Tampere


Fabulous Serlachius Museums in Mänttä have their own TV-channel with videos from museums’ events, exhibitions, and artists. 


From this link, you can get to know Wool Works and Kosken Kupeessa  -exhibitions by Modus ry via YouTube video.


Kimmo Pyykkö art museum presents a virtual summer exhibition by Jussi TwoSeven. The exhibition All Is One showcases his art painted on canvas and directly on a wall, as well as his animations. The works of art depict wild forest animals and urban city environments. The name of the exhibition All Is One studies the interplay of man and nature, and the way all is connected.


See also


Our event calendar for more virtual shows!