A private collection of contemporary art housed in an atmospheric factory hall, the Malkki Museum, owned by painter Virpi Malkki and gallerist Ismo Malkki, can be found by the Pyynikki ridge, on the ground floor of a former Klingendahl weavery and wool-spinning mill from 1897. The Malkkis’ art collection consists of art from the 1980s to the 2000s. There is also an art library for browsing. Entrance to the museum is through a door adjacent to entrance 21 F on the street Papinkatu.
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Contact informationTel. 00358-400 7333 124; 00358-3 2233 480
Opening hoursBy appointment
Admission feesNo admission fee
Guided toursIncluded to the visit
AccessibilityAccessibility of exhibition spaces:Wheelchair-accessible toilet:Easy access to and from parking:Induction loop:Tours for special groups:
ServicesCafe / Restaurant:Museum shop / Gift shop:WC:Baby care room: