Behind the Pulp Gate
Serlachius museum Gustaf, Mänttä-Vilppula
Work and Stories from Mänttä pulp mill.
The exterior form of a pulp mill is familiar to many people. But what happens inside a mill?
The exhibition tells about the manufacture of pulp in Mänttä, in Finland’s last sulphite pulp mill. The interview-based narration highlights the people behind the process diagrams and production figures, approaching the topic from the perspective of everyday life and work. The stories, together with the other collection material, also provide insight into the cultural environment and environmental impacts of the forest industry. The exhibition is curated by Milla Sinivuori-Hakanen.
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Open in wintertime 1 September-31 May Tue-Sun 11 am-6 pm. Summertime 1 June-31 August open daily 10 am-6 pm, also at Midsummer. Wintertime 1 September-31 May Tue-Sun 11 am-6 pm. On Mondays we are closed.
Accessibility [the criteria]
- Accessible toilet
- Disabled parking
- Guided tours for special groups by request
- Induction loop
- Seating inside the exhibition
- Tactile objects
- Wheelchair on loan
- Lounge with seating
- Meeting room
- Nursery room
- Sales point
- Space to eat packed lunch