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A very small museum showing worker's houses (or rather rooms- "hellakamarit") at different times. The museum is free including the guided tour, it just happened to be the two of us when we visited so effectively a private tour. My British boyfriend was stunned by this fact! I studied history in Finland, so most of what the guide told us... 更多
Free access and great guided tours - the museum guide was very helpful and had excellent English - lots of details about life of tennants in 9 x different apartments. Furnishings reflect the era and social status of residents and stories behind the residents and their families.
This little museum of nine small homes – really nine rooms - tells you how working class families used to live in Helsinki (or in any other Finnish city or town). The homes represent each a decade of the 1900’s from about 1910 to late 1970’s. Some of the interiors are real, donated to the museum by the last inhabitants.... 更多
Workers' housing museum sports eight rooms furnished with typical interiors from 1910s to 1980s. You get a guided tour through them - the guides are really professional and nice! The museum is free. There's also a good museum shop.
What a gem! And for free!!! An interesting museum depicting the living conditions of the Helsinki working class people and how the housing developed in the 20th century. It's a guided tour of about 45 minutes, during which you visit about 10 rooms from different periods. Some of the rooms are the real "thing", having the original furniture etc. The... 更多
I loved this museum so much. We went with my family, and it was really nice to see how these houses have changed according to the years. All these houses were real and all the people who lived there have a story, which is in Finnish, Swedish and English outside every room. They had rooms decorated the way they were... 更多
This is a highlight of a visit to the Finnish capital. A branch of the city museum, it consists of... 更多