Kiasma (Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma) is an art museum in Helsinki, Finland. It is a museum that focuses on contemporary art. Established in 1990, the museum did not move to its permanent home designed by Steven Holl until 1998. The museum has a collection that covers works from around 8,000 artists, its collection is broad with many interesting pieces. It is one of the main places to visit in the city if you have an interest in Art.
The museum is situated a couple of minutes walk away from the main train station in the city. The 332 and 345 buses stop close by to the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The art museum is open six days a week. 10am-8.30pm Wednesday to Friday; 10am-6pm Saturdays and Tuesdays and 10am-5pm on Sundays. Admission is set at 15 euros for adults and 13 euros for students and seniors, under 18s enter for free.