Suomenlinna Toy Museum is located in a powder-coloured wooden villa and its collection boasts old dolls, antique teddy bears and other old toys from the early 19th century until the 1960s. Wartime toys and games are one of the specialities of the museum.
The villa also hosts Café Samovarbar, offering delicacies baked on site. The museum also has a shop that sells nostalgic souvenirs.
Suomenlinna Toy Museum is open daily during the summer season and on weekends and during special events in the spring and the autumn. The opening hours can be found in the calendar.
6/4/3/15 € (adults, students/retirees, children, family ticket 2+2)
There are some steps at the entrance, but a wooden ramp can be erected when necessary to allow assisted entrance with a wheelchair. The inside of the museum is relatively accessible with a wheelchair. The premises are on one floor, and the exhibition space is also equipped with seats where you can sit and rest. One of the toilet facilities at the museum is spacious enough for a wheelchair.