Tarinoita literally means stories. This exhibition is all about the stories of Finland Post, as old as 300 years old! Explore through different eras and their history, as you watch various post related objects and associated displays. This amazing exhibit is a must-visit.
Arts & Museums
- Nearest Train: Rautatientori
- Venue Description:
At the Postal Museum, within the main post office building, you can follow the nearly 400-year history of postal services in Finland. You can ride an eighteenth-century mail horse or browse through the original designs for Finnish stamps and all sorts of other philatelic objects. At the museum, you will find the only public library related to Finnish philately and postal history, which consists over 16,000 volumes. There is also a stamp shop and a coffee shop by the museum. In addition to the permanent exhibition, several temporary exhibitions are held each year. Admission to the museum is free of charge.