Foto Kuva: Jussi Hellsten / Helsingin kaupunginmuseo

Children’s Town

Aleksanterinkatu 14-18, 00170 Helsinki

In Children’s Town, Helsinki’s past is illustrated by means of play and joint activities. Entrance to Children’s Town is always free of charge.

In Children’s Town, Helsinki’s past is illustrated by means of play and joint activities. Entrance to Children’s Town is always free of charge.

Near the Senate Square, in the oldest city blocks of Helsinki, you can find the blue-grey Sederholm House, built in 1757. It is the oldest house in Helsinki. There, as a part of the Helsinki City Museum, is located Children’s Town, an exhibition especially targeted at the youngest citizens. In Children’s Town, children and their companions can learn more about Helsinki’s history through own experiences and joint activities.

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