OSTROBOTHNIAN MUSEUM Museokatu 3, 65100 Vaasa | Tel. +358 6 325 3800 Open Tue–Sun 10–17, Mondays closed. Admission fees 7/5 €, under 18s free of charge.
A. Old museum building, Eino Forsman 1927
B. Bronze doors, Emil Wikström 1928
C. New exhibition wing, Erik Kråkström 1967
1. Museum entrance hall, information desk, café, museum shop 2. Old entrance / Lift 3. Civil War Memorial Hall
VAASA 400 4. The foundation of Vaasa 5. Burghers and witches in the 17th century 6. Life in the 18th century 7. The 19th century 8. Crafts, early industrialism (glass and earthenware) 9. The Björkö Room 10. Family 11. New Vaasa, industrialism, shipping, photographers, Finland's independence, café and cottage culture 12. Buildings and cityscape in Vaasa
13. Coin Cabinet 14. Stairwell, Ecclesiastical art
15. Silver Room 16. Church Room / Lift
THE HEDMAN FLOOR 17. Art Room 1. Before the Golden Age 18. Art Room 2. The Golden Age in Finland I 19. Art Room 3. The Golden Age in Finland II 20. Art Room 4. After the Golden Age 21. Baroque Lounge 22. Renaissance Lounge 23. Golden Lounge 24. Porcelain Room 25. Rococo Room 26. Gustavian Room 27. Biedermeier Room 28. Napoleon Room
THE MUSEUM SHOP AND CAFÉ NOVA The museum’s publications, as well as literature and postcards, Ostrobothnian craft and design products are available for purchase at the museum shop. In the café there is a wide selection of coffees, as well as soft drinks, confectionary, cakes and pastries. The museum shop and Café Nova are open during the museum's opening hours.