Sibelius Monument

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Sibelius Monument is a monument dedicated to Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, it is located in Helsinki, Finland. The monument was unveiled in 1967 having been created by Eila Hiltunen. The monument consists of around 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern. A sculpture of Sibelius’ face sits by the steel piped monument.

Getting there

The monument is situated in Sibelius Park. The closest tram stop is a 10-minute walk away at ‘Toolontori’, the 1, 2 and 8 trams stop there. The 24 bus stops a short walk away from the monument.

Opening Times and Admission

The monument is situated in a public park, it is free to visit at any hour of any day.

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  • Sibeliuksen puisto, Mechelininkatu, 00250 Helsinki, Finland
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  • +358 9 31087041

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