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Address: Linnanrakentajantie 12, FIN-00810 Helsinki.
E-mail (visits): bokningar.hertonasgard (at) gmail.com
E-mail (other issues): eva.ahl-waris (at) alumni.helsinki.fi
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Herttoniemi Manor Museum is open Sundays from 12 noon – 2.p.m. from June to 1st November 2020.
Guided tour including also the park starts at 2 p.m. Entrance fee: adults 7 €, children 3 €
From the beginning of November until the end of April the museum is closed.
By car via Johan Sederholmintie! Map
With bus 84-88 from Herttoniemi metrostation
For more information regarding public transport to Hertonäs Manor, visit Hkl.
Guided tours for groups can be booked
by phone: +358-40-1526185
by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NB! Due to the current Covid-19 pandemia we can have groups of a maximum of 20 guests divided into to smaller groups with two guides. Price: 200 euros/1h.
NB! Due to the current situation we can only take in 10 guests/floor and 10 guests/group/guide. We also encourage guests to wash their hands and to avoid touching surfaces during the visit. More info here.
1) Parkhistory: the tour will start in the parks, we will visit one of the gazebos and the main buildning, ca 1 h 15 min.
2) Historical Women: the tour will focus on the ladies of Herttoniemi manor and Knusbacka farmstead, ca 1 h 15 min.
You can discuss the range of the tour when booking by phone (+358-40-1526185) or email: email@example.com
September - October 2020:
Hertonäs Manor's own tea is on sale at the museum
Our own teablend is developed by Oy Sergejeff Ab (est 1873). You can purchase the tea for 6 euros / bag (100 g). If you buy it together with our own honey the price is 15 euros. Read more about the tea in our blog, here!
Photo: EAW 2020.
Try Carrotcake in 18th C. style!
New blogpost about foodhistory, written by our guide Ted Hellstén. Read more here!
Carrotcake in 18th C. style. Picture: TH.
Hertonäs Manor Museum in open from June to October Sundays from noon to 2 PM. Guided tour at 2-3 PM.
Photos: Jouko Keski-Säntti