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Kalliolinnantie 14, Helsinki 00140, Finland
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Reviewed yesterday

For those who are interested in 1900-century history, this is a must. Guided tours in several languages (Finnish, Swedish, English and other European languages, good to call there before and check the availability). A very masculine, nice, interesting, beautiful house and home by the sea...More

Thank Mikael M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went to find out about the history of Finland and we had a superb young guide who gav3 us a good picture of 5he history 100 yrs ago

Thank Ross B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This house is dedicated to the very famous millitary officer Carl Manerheim. Main exibition gives information about his life. The location of building is also good

1  Thank carlparker2525
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is dedicated to Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, a Finnish statesman and military officer. Overall there is a lot to see and learn especially military history.

Thank highimpactuk
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum in the historic ambience (bomb shelter) preserves the memory of the city of Mannheim in war and peace in the last century. I know some museums on 'War and Peace' (Wall / Point Alpha / Berlin / Allied Museum etc.) have, but nowhere...More

Thank fk110
Reviewed 15 April 2018

Lockers provided,started on top floor great display about “rage parties “ on Finland but level 2 was really good history of Helsinki and some beautiful architectural displays

Thank John C
Reviewed 5 April 2018

You get so much out of the visit, whether you are interested in the man himself, military history, WW2 or history of Finland. You can hear the history of Finland through Mannerheim's fascinating life story. Only guided tours by knowledgeable guides. No photos. Many languages...More

2  Thank xTravellerx
Reviewed 23 March 2018

We loved this tour/museum. The tour guide was so knowledgeable, and she really brought to life the story and accomplishments of Mannerheim. Fascinating. Thank you.

Thank jodiewilliams1969
Reviewed 10 March 2018

Had a great time learning about the history of Finland through the life of one of its most important leaders, Marshal Mannerheim. Wonderful guides give private tours to visitors and are quick to answer any questions, the only unfortunate thing is that you cannot take...More

1  Thank marrysha
Reviewed 4 March 2018

While the former house occupied by the legendary Finnish Field Marshall and arguably the founder of the modern Finnish state is fairly modest by some of its extravagant European counterparts, it nonetheless is chock full of fascinating collections of personal items/ possessions from Manneheim's life...More

2  Thank Bruce M
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Response from Knut S | Reviewed this property |
The groups are fairly small, and they are flexible - they adjust the languages to fit the people turning up.
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Response from Andy D | Reviewed this property |
As Mikko said, about 10 mins from the terminal. I clearly walk slower than he does :) It is uphill. Take your map, there is no significant signposting!
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