Mobilia museum specializes in cars and road traffic. The exhibitions illustrate the history of the field in Finland, where long distances have always given both roads and vehicles particular importance. The exhibitions change annually, focusing on different sub-themes of automobile traffic. The exhibitions are planned with foresight; the exact subjects are known years ahead. A wide collection of photos and other objects is also on display in Mobilia.

At the moment the permanent exhibition includes 26 classic cars. There is also the Rally Hall of Fame, an exhibition that depicts international rally stars and rally cars.

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Founded: 1986
Category: Museums in Finland
Historical period: Independency (Finland)

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www.museot.fi
www.mobilia.fi

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4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Samu Snabb (2 years ago)
Okay but lacks anything than 1920s kind of cars. Some rallycars but nothing .. super special.
antt rkk (2 years ago)
Unique attraction for the car lovers. Has pedalling cars for children over 4 years old with real traffic signs for practice. The main thing is the old cars that are in mint condition ranging from t Ford to fastest rally car. You need to visit this place if your kid likes cars.
Teemu Hauhia (2 years ago)
Special bus exhibition was way better than the current one. Little bit boring experience this time.
Matti Mane Kinnunen (3 years ago)
Nice lake. Decent coffee.
Nadea Savolainen (3 years ago)
Excellent place to visit ,especially when your son is a fan of cars and ralli ?
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