• Museum Director

    The employment of Museum Director Teresa Töntsi has ended on 31.10.2023. Hanna Mattila, the Head of Collections, takes the place of Interim Museum Director from 1.11.2023. The museum will start the search process for a new museum director as soon as possible. The Gold Museum will continue to operate as usual. The museum is open…

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  • Winter parking

    Gold Museum’s two parking lots are also open in winter. The smaller car park, more commonly known as the winter car park, is located next to the museum building and is clearly waymarked. Disabled parking is located next to the door of the museum, and is accessed by following the signs for the winter car…

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  • Events of Anniversary Year

    Events of Anniversary Year

    For fifty years, the Gold Museum has been telling the story of Lapland’s colourful gold history and later also of the international gold heritage. Our changing exhibition “NUGGETS – Arctic Gold” will open on 28th March and will be on display at the museum until end of April 2024. The exhibition tells the story of…

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  • Opening hours in the winter

    Opening hours in the winter

    The summer season has come to an end and the Gold Museum has entered the winter season along with the cooling weather. From October until the end of May, the Gold Museum is open from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On weekends the museum is closed, as well as on Mon…

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  • The Gold Story continues during summer time

    The Gold Story continues during summer time

    The Gold Story is a 15-minute long museum tour that presents the colorful history of Lappish gold through different themes. These themes range from gold itself to legends, dreams, women and culture and covers as well law and order and examples from international gold history. The Gold Story will be held on weekdays (Mon-Fri) at 2.00…

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  • Gold Museum Stands With Children of Ukraine

    Gold Museum Stands With Children of Ukraine

    War in Ukraine has touched people around Europe and World, including us here in Gold Museum. The Ukrainian nation is suffering, especially the children. We want to participate in helping them. During the next two weeks (28th Feb – 13th Mar 2022) 10% of our entrance fee income is directed via UNICEF to help children…

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