The Finnish Museum of Games is celebrating its 2nd birthday, and the celebrations naturally include playing games and having lots of fun! You can even test how the world looks through some virtual reality glasses.
The Finnish Museum of Games showcases the Finnish gaming culture in a versatile manner and tells the story of how digital gaming in Finland started and developed over the years. In addition to digital games, the museum also talks about board games and role-playing games. The famous Finnish radio RPG “Lohikäärmepuu” also has a dedicated place in the museum.
Games and experiences are important parts of The Finnish Museum of Games. Visitors get to try games from different time periods in their real environments. For example, the museum has an arcade where you can try coin-operated games, starting from the electromechanical machines of the 1970s.