Home Arts and culture for schools and daycare
Enter your keywords
Etsi

Finland's prehistory

New exhibition on Finland's prehistory
Tue 1.8.2017 – Thu 31.12.2020
kivinen hirvenpää
The National Museum of Finland's updated prehistory exhibition takes you back in time to experience living prehistory, building connections that extend all the way to modern times. Learn and be amazed at how much we have in common with prehistoric people.

Who are we and where did we come from? The area now comprising Finland was first settled 10,000 years ago. What kind of a world did these people live in?
The exhibition showcases the most fascinating finds and exciting mysteries from Finland's prehistory. The Vendel era Levänluhta water burial site, swords, animal motif items, silver treasures and other artefacts tell our story from the end of the Ice Age to the end of the Iron Age.

Experience the exhibition with multiple senses! Touch a genuine reindeer axe, bring a cave painting to life and see a mammoth move. The digital exhibits bring history to the present day.

The activity and experience-based presentation invites you to immerse yourself in the alternate worlds of the prehistoric era. The exhibition presents no single truth about the past, instead offering alternative interpretations based on the latest archaeological research. The unanswered questions burrow into your mind, arousing a thirst for knowledge.

Contact person

Hanna Korhonen
0295 33 6464

Event organizer

time and place

Lataa kalenteriisi Tue 1.8.2017 11:00 to Thu 31.12.2020 18:00Lataa kalenteriisi
National Museum of Finland
Mannerheimintie 34, 00100 Helsinki
    

Information

Target age group:
Type of event
Price
Exhibition free of charge for school groups. Guided tours: 50€ / 25 pupils. Workshops: 70€ /24 pupils.