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Serlachius Museum Gustaf

R.Erik Serlachiuksenkatu 2, Mantta-Vilppula 35800, Finland
+358 3 4886800
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Disappointed about audio guide

What should have been interesting turned out to be disappointing. The audio guide was very... read more

Reviewed June 7, 2017
Brigitte D
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Trowbridge, United Kingdom
Nice castle and modern art exhibitions

Almost castle like main building of old paper mill head. Quite interesting modern art exhibitions... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2017
fisupeksu
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Leppajarvi, Finland
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Gustaf is a storytelling museum in the former head office of a paper combine. Impressive main exhibition Paper Devil takes you through a route of eight dramatized scenes depicting the colourful life of a paper industry pioneer, Gustaf Adolf Serlachius. Serlachius bus: Tampere - Mänttä - Tampere direct to the museums.
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R.Erik Serlachiuksenkatu 2, Mantta-Vilppula 35800, Finland
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Reviewed June 7, 2017

What should have been interesting turned out to be disappointing. The audio guide was very confusing. Not enough factual and plain facts. Very dark and noisy environment. Did not learn a lot because the way the story was told was not straight forward.

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Reviewed June 1, 2017 via mobile

Almost castle like main building of old paper mill head. Quite interesting modern art exhibitions and history of the factory and it's creator's. Garden and new paper mill outside.

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Reviewed November 25, 2016

The museum is absolutely worth to visit. Only boring thing was that it had the same exhibitions than more than one year ago. Go first to this museum and continue to the next Serlachius museum which is some kilometers away from here. You will get...More

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Reviewed April 24, 2016 via mobile

My first visit to the museum. I am not a friend of modern art. This time I really enjoyed. Our guides were really professional and made me enjoy the exhibition.

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Reviewed April 23, 2016

After prilliant expierence at Gösta museum (about 5 - 6 kilometers from city centre of Mänttä) I was time to see all the exhibitions in this Gustaf museums. This time there was a chance to see a exhibition about the history of Mänttä + pulp...More

Thank MC0777
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Reviewed April 8, 2016

There are two museums in the small town of Mänttä, one named after the 'Paperiperkele' (Paper Devil) Gustaf Serlachius, the other after his nephew and successor Gösta Serlachius. Why of all places in Mänttä, in the middle of nowhere? It all started with some rapids,...More

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Reviewed August 14, 2015

Mänttä grew around a paper mill like many other Finnish towns and this museum is the former main office building of the 'one man company', G.A.S. named after the founder Gustaf Adolf Serlachius and later run by his nephew Gösta and his son and his...More

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Reviewed August 6, 2015

Nice building and exhibition. Worth visiting if you're interested in history of Serlachius, "Paperiperkele" exhibition tells interactively about G. A. Serlachius, including miniatyre models of Mänttä and factory areas at different times in history. There're also other changing exhibitions and a small cafeteria. Worth visiting...More

Thank Arja T
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Reviewed August 4, 2015 via mobile

Everything combined, this is an annual visit for us. The new gallery with changing exhibitions is suberb but including the old house with local legends and the surroundings it's a necessary summer refreshment!

Thank Raine H
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Reviewed July 26, 2015

If you are looking for culture and fine arts, then Serlachius Museum is an excellent place to visit. There is a new section added to the museum which houses more recent works. If you buy the Mantta ticket, then you can visit three of four...More

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