Opening hours
10.00 – 18.00


Opening hours

Tue-Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m. summer season (May–August)

Tue-Sun 11 a.m.–6 p.m. winter season (September-April)

Special opening hours 2023

23.6.    Midsummer eve, Friday, Closed
24.6.    Midsummer day, Saturday, Closed
25.6.    Midsummer, Sunday, Closed

4.11.    All Saints’ Day, Saturday, Closed
12.11.  Father’s Day, Sunday, 11–16
6.12.     Independence Day, Wednesday, Closed

Christmas and New Year 2023–2024
23.12.   Eve of Christmas Eve, Saturday, 11–16
24.12. Christmas Eve, Sunday, Closed
25.12. Christmas Day, Monday, Closed
26.12. Boxing day, Tuesday, Closed
31.12. New Year’s Eve, Sunday, 11–16
1.1.2024 New Year’s Day, Monday, Closed
6.1.2024 The Epiphany, Saturday, Closed


Adults €15
Pensioners, unemployed, students €10
Under 18-year-olds free of charge
Kindergarten, school and student groups free of charge
Groups (minimum 10 people) €12 per person + guided tour fee €80 per group

We accept the Museum Card.
Visitors entitled to free admission:
Museum Card holders
Under 18-year-olds
Kindergarten, school and student groups
Art and Culture Companions and their groups (maximum 10 people)
Museum employees and ICOM card holders
Cultural liaison teachers (with the Aitan Avain card)
Members of the Federation of Finnish Tourist Guide Associations
EU Disability Card holders
Assistants, guide dogs
Media representatives with a press card
War veterans and Lottas (women auxiliaries), disabled veterans


The museum is located at Alvar Aallon katu 7, 40600 Jyväskylä.
Disc-parking spaces can be found:
– right in front of the museum (including disabled parking)
– along Alvar Aallon katu
– above the museum building near Keskussairaalantie

From the parking area above the museum, you can access the main entrance of Aalto2 by using an external stairway. There is also a pay parking area at the corner of Hannikaisenkatu and Alvar Aallon katu.

You can also access Aalto2 using public transport in Jyväskylä. The bus stops closest to the museum are the stops Museo 2 in Hannikaisenkatu and Yliopisto 1 in Keskussairaalantie. From the Museo 2 stop, it is an approximately 170-metre accessible walk to the museum, if you have, say, a pram or a pushchair. From the Yliopisto 1 stop, it is a short walk using the external stairway. If you so wish, you can walk around the external stairway via Seminaarinkatu (1a) or Kramsunkatu (1b), which is an approximately 400-metre walk. Read more about accessibility here.

Please note that studded shoes are not allowed inside the museum.