The Hanko Front Museum is easy to find. We are on highway 25 (Hankoniementie, Hangöuddsvägen) mid-way between the cities of Tammisaari and Hanko. The museum is just off the road near the village of Lappohja (Lappvik).
We are approximately 15 to 20 min by road from Tammisaari on the right-hand side of the road.
Driving time from Hanko is also around 15–20 minutes.
There is a new, large parking area at the museum,
The museum is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. from 2 June to 2 September 2018, and on from Noon to 5 p.m. from 8 September to 16 December 2018. Visits at other times by appointment.
Normal ticket €8 / person
Pensioners and students €5 / person
Groups of over 20 visitors €5 / person
Schoolchildren €30 / group
War veterans and their widows
Finnish national servicemen in uniform
Children under 16
All groups of schoolchildren (grades 1 – 9) from the municipalities of Raasepori and Hanko (other schoolchildren (€30 / group)
An approximately 30-minute guided visit to the exhibition costs €50. We can customise guided visits according to your specific wishes and needs. Please contact Executive Manager Martina Lindberg, tel. +358 50 5666 223, email email@example.com.
We can receive both smaller and larger groups. Our conference room seats 50. Please contact Executive Manager Martina Lindberg, tel. +358 50 5666 223, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The museum's new conference facilities have room for up to 50 people and are well suited to holding meetings and seminars. Please contact Executive Manager Martina Lindberg, tel. +358 50 5666 223, email email@example.com.
The museum is an excellent destination for study outings and provides a good addition to the history curriculum of schools. Its authentic setting demonstrates important events in the history of Finland in a concrete and living way. The museum also serves younger pupils. There is the interesting exhibition hall indoors and the conference room for the whole group (up to 50 visitors).
Our outdoor exhibits (the War Path, communication and firing trenches etc.) give younger visitors an opportunity for physical activity and moving about freely after the bus ride to the museum.
Our canteen staff has good suggestions for groups wishing to order snacks and refreshments.
Please remember that we are in a unique cultural-historical setting and teachers are requested to instruct their pupils to move carefully in the area and to keep to the paths whenever possible.
Disabilities are no obstacle for visiting us. The terrain is relatively level and visitors can enter the museum building with wheelchairs or with children in prams and strollers. The parking area is immediately adjacent to the museum area.
If you have special needs, please contact us. We will be happy to help you.