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Tavolo Bianco organizes guided tours for public.

Alvar Aalto Museum’s activities are partly located in the Säynätsalo Town Hall during the renovation of the museum building in 2021-2023.

 

Visits / Tavolo Bianco

Opening hours

16.-31.5.2022 Wed, Thu, Sun 12:00-16:00

Guided tours Wed, Thu, Sun 12:30 (in English), 15:00 (in Finnish)

1.6.-30.6.2022 Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 12:00-16:00

Guided tours Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 12:30 (in English), 15:00 (in Finnish)

1.7.-31.8.2022 Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 12:00-16:00, Tue 12:00-15:00

Guided tours Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:30 (in English), 15:00 (in Finnish), Tue 12:30 (in English)

1.-14.9.2022 Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 12:00-16:00

Guided tours Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 12:30 (in English), 15:00 (in Finnish)

More information: info@tavolobianco.comwww.tavolobianco.com

Fees

Tickets 10 €/ 6 € (reduced fee for students, senior citizens and unemployed)

Free admission with Museum Card

Free admission for children under 18 years with parent(s)

Free admission with ICOM, ICOMOS, PRESS and DOCOMOMO card holders

Groups

Group tours can be arranged outside the regular opening hours only.

Reservation required: Tavolo Bianco Oy, info@tavolobianco.com, www.tavolobianco.com

 

Shop

Shop is open for visitors in Säynätsalo Town Hall

Parviaisentie 9
FI-40900 Jyväskylä

Enquiries

Alvar Aalto Museum / Säynätsalo Town Hall
Parviaisentie 9
FI-40900 Jyväskylä

museum@alvaraalto.fi

+ 358 40 135 6210

Alvar Aalto Museum’s activities are partly located in the Säynätsalo Town Hall during the renovation of the museum building in 2021-2023.

The invitational competition for Säynätsalo Town Hall was held in 1949. Aalto won the competition with an entry marked ‘Curia’, and was immediately commissioned to prepare working drawings. Completed in 1952, the building is one of Aalto’s most admired designs.

Read more about the architecture of the building.