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.
GETTING TO THE MUSEUM
Public transport /buses
The Ostrobothnian Museum is situated in central Vaasa, in the north-western part of the city centre. The distance from the market square to the museum is approximately 1km, which is about 15 minutes’ walk.
The no. 1 bus leaves Vaasa market square once an hour. The bus stop en route which is closest to the museum is at Kirkkopuistikko 11, just before Palosaari bridge. Bus timetable details can be found on Vaasa public transport’s website at www.vaasanpaikallisliikenne.fi/.
There is a small number of handicap parking spaces on the museum’s premises. More parking spaces can be found nearby on Koulukatu, Museokatu and on Pikkukatu, just around the corner.
The Ostrobothnian Museum is wheelchair accessible and all exhibition floors can be reached by lift. The museum has an accessible toilet as well as baby care facilities. Strollers are available for small children and the café also has high chairs.
All signs and captions in the museum are in Finnish and Swedish.The museum can also arrange guided tours in English, if required. For price enquiries, please contact the information desk.
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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.