Kuopio Art Museum

Kuopio, Finland

Kuopio Art Museum, located in the centre of Kuopio, is housed in a former bank building converted into a museum that opened in 1980. As the regional art museum of Northern Savo Province, the museum includes exhibitions, research and documentation of visual arts.

The collections include mainly Finnish art from the end of the 19th century to the present. The museum arranges several changing exhibitions every year.

Reference: Official website


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Kauppakatu 35, Kuopio, Finland
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Category: Museums in Finland


4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Leo Lee (14 months ago)
After staying in this small city for more than three years, I thought of coming to the city's art gallery to take a peek at the city's art and history. During the hundreds of years of development, this small city has hardly been affected by the wave of industrialization. As time goes by, the city still maintains its original style and state. "Hundreds of years go by, I remain the same"
Joakim P (2 years ago)
First time visiting an art exihibit abroad. Really liked the second floor. Would have been amazong of there was explanations in english regarding the art. As a plus the people at the reception was nice and helpful
Tojota_30 (2 years ago)
Teacher gave us the wrong adress for A class trip so we ended up In the wrong museum. 10/10, staff was cool
Peter Antoniac (3 years ago)
Nice architectural building with cozy cafeteria. A good escape for the tourist that wants a break.
Mika (3 years ago)
At the time of our visit only two smaller exhibitions were available, which made the museum appear really small.
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