Those interested in the modern functions of the central bank, the history of money or the art of banknotes are welcome to the Bank of Finland Museum. The Museum is suitable for individual and group visits alike and entry is free of charge. Guided tours are available, but must be booked in advance. We are also happy to arrange lectures for groups, particularly student groups. The Museum is located in central Helsinki at Snellmaninkatu 2. It is open Tuesday to Friday 11.00–17.00 as well as Saturdays and Sundays 11.00–16.00. More information is available on the Museum's own website, www.rahamuseo.fi, or by email at rahamuseo(at)bof.fi or by phone +358 10 195 702.
The Bank of Finland also arranges lectures for the general public in its auditorium, particularly for students, high school pupils as well as older students. The Bank's experts tell, for example, about the functions of the Bank of Finland and the European Central Bank, monetary policy, financial markets, the global economy or the Bank as an employer. For more information please contact +358 10 195 701 during working hours, send a message using the feedback form on our Internet site or email at info(at)bof.fi. We do not arrange tours of the Bank's facilities.
A wide range of invitation seminars, such as research seminars are arranged at the Bank. Normally the seminars are held at Rauhankatu 19, where the auditorium is located.
Bank of Finland head office