Muisti and Headquarters Museum are open:

1.9.2023-31.5.2024 mon – sat 10-17

Sundays closed 

Last entry is half an hour before closing. It is recommended to reserve approximately two hours to see the whole exhibition.  

Contact information

[email protected] 

Customer service +358 50 5524233 

Café Rauha

 [email protected]

+358 50 3656688


With one ticket, you can visit both Muisti and the Headquarters Museum 

Adults 18€ 

Pensioners 16€ 

Children 12-17 years old 12€ 

Children younger than 12 years 0€ 

Students, conscripts, unemployed 12€ 

With a museum card 0€ 

New museum card 74€ 


At Muisti you can pay with cash and the most widely used debit and credit cards, except for American Express. You can also buy the ticket or a Museum Card with the following fringe benefits: Edenred card and application, Epassi application and Eazybreak application.  

How to find Muisti

Visiting address

Ristimäenkatu 4 

Arriving to Muisti by car

Muisti has a parking lot reserved for visitors outside of the building. This includes disabled parking spaces. There are also free parking spaces along Ristimäenkatu and Vuorikatu with a parking disc required. Even so, the number of parking spaces is limited, and we recommend that visitors leave their cars to Toriparkki (Hallituskatu 1 B). Toriparkki is in the centre of Mikkeli, only a few hundred meters away from Muisti. There is also space for two buses in front of Muisti. For groups, we recommend making a group reservation in advance through our website.  

Arriving to Muisti by public transport 

Muisti is in Mikkeli, a city in the region of South Savonia in South-East Finland, less than three hours away from Helsinki. Visiting Muisti is easy by train or by bus, as the train station and the bus station are only a ten-minute walk away from Muisti.  


The disabled parking is located closest to the museum building. The main entrance is easily accessible, and the main door opens and closes automatically. There is an elevator next to the main entrance, with which you can access the main lobby, the ticket shop, and the exhibit floors. The exhibits have wide corridors without thresholds. Should you find something we can do to improve our accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us.  

There are accessible toilets in the main lobby, the downstairs of the Headquarters Museum and Café Rauha. It is also possible to borrow a wheelchair on request.   

Visitors with disabilities may also bring one personal assistant with them free of charge.  


Lockers and coat racks

There are coat racks and lockers that visitors may use free of charge in the lobby. The coat racks are unattended, and their usage is at visitors’ own risk.  


There are public unisex toilets located next to customer service and museum shop, in the Headquarters Museum and the café. In all these locations, there are also accessible toilets.  

Childcare facilities

There is an accessible toilet equipped with childcare facilities next to the main lobby.