The Alvar Aalto Museum is a Finnish museum operating in two cities, Jyväskylä and Helsinki, in two locations each. All four locations are open to the public. The are:Plan a trip to Jyvaskyla easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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This museum, which is specialised in architecture and design, is located in Jyväskylä. It was founded in 1966 to foster the legacy of the architecture of Alvar Aalto. The museum is located in a building designed by Aalto and completed in 1973.
The museum functions as a centre of information on all things related to Aalto, and it organises exhibitions both in Finland and abroad and produces publications on Alvar Aalto. The museum houses a permanent exhibition on the life work of Alvar Aalto. The current permanent exhibition was opened in 1998, the centennial of Aalto's birth.
The mission of the building heritage section of the museum is the protection of buildings designed by Alvar Aalto. It maintains a national register of protected Aalto buildings and gives expert assistance on matters relating to Aalto buildings. The building heritage section works in close cooperation with the Finnish National Board of Antiquities.
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Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is the father of Finnish design and architecture. His glassware and furniture are still very popular all over the world. His work includes also textiles, sculptures, and... more »
Just small enough to cover in a short visit of about 1-2 hours but big enough to give you a wonderful overview of Aalto's works. I truly enjoyed learning all about his buildings around the world and..... more »
If you have any interest at all in architecture, or the life of the great Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto, this place is a must on your stop to Jyväskylä: his hometown. The place is a bit out of the way, and can be hard to find, but Google maps is helpful here. A local tip: there is always free entry on Fridays, as well as during certain town festivals.
Great architecture and exhibitions, nice cafeteria, friendly staff. Worth visiting!
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