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The Instrument Exhibition

The Sibelius Museum, Turku

  • 2.2.2023–

A part of Sibelius Museum’s vast instrument collection is displayed in the instrument exhibition.


This exhibition presents the history of the orchestra from a European and, specifically, a Finnish perspective. In the exhibition, visitors will get to know different sorts of orchestras as well as instruments that are used, or have been used e.g. in a symphony orchestra.

Sibelius Museum’s underground exhibition room, called the Organ Hall, exhibits keyboard instruments. The exhibition features – in addition to organs – a rare keyed monochord and a grand piano that once belonged to the 19th century author, poet and historian Zachris Topelius.

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Museum contact details

The Sibelius Museum
Piispankatu 17, 20500 Turku

050 337 6906, 050 362 5828

Museum website

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The Sibelius Museum, Piispankatu 17, 20500 Turku


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Admission fees

Admission with Museum Card
Admission with Museum Card

7/5€, ryhmät 5€/ hlö (väh.10). Konserttien hinnat erikseen.
| 7/5€, grupper 5€/pers (minst 10) Konserternas pris avviker. 
| 7/5€, groups 5€/person (min. 10) The price of the concerts may vary.

Payment methods

Käteinen, yleisimmät pankki- ja luottokortit, Museokortti, Smartum- & Epassi-kulttuurisetelit, ICOM, Pressikortti, Vammaiskortti.
Kontanter, allmännaste bank- och kreditkort, Museikortet. Smartum-& Epassi-kultursedlar, ICOM, Presskort, Funktionshinderkort
Cash, most common credit cards (Visa, Mastercard), Museokortti, Smartum, Epassi, ICOM, Presscard, EU Disability Card

Opening hours

Mon Closed
Tue Closed
Wed 11:00-16:00
Thu 11:00-16:00
Fri 11:00-16:00
Sat 11:00-16:00
Sun 11:00-16:00

The museum is closed 8.–30.1., 29.3., 1.5., 21.-23.6., 6.12., 24.-26.12.2024 & 1.1.2025


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