Admission with Museum Card

Hanko Front Line Museum

The Hanko peninsula during the Second World War, when the town was occupied by the Soviet Union.

The Hanko peninsula during the Second World War, when the town was occupied by the Soviet Union. On the surroundings there is also a memorial dug out, "the Golden Peace". Special wars in different parts of the world.

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Museum contact details

Hanko Front Line Museum
Hankoniementie 1625, 10820 Lappohja

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Admission fees

Admission with Museum Card
Admission with Museum Card

8/5/ €
Sotaveteraanien ja -leskien osalta ei peritä pääsymaksua ja myös lapset alle 16 vuotta pääsevät ilmaiseksi näyttelyyn.

Payment methods

käteinen, yleisimmät pankki- ja luottokortit sekä Museokortti.

Opening hours

Mon 11:30-18:00
Tue 11:30-18:00
Wed 11:30-18:00
Thu 11:30-18:00
Fri 11:30-18:00
Sat 11:30-18:00
Sun 11:30-18:00

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Guidance by appointment.


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