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Sinebrychoff Art Museum’s premises

Situated next to the verdant park, the unique house museum of Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff makes up the core of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum. Now you have the opportunity to host your event at the museum surrounded by national treasures. The museum’s spaces are suitable for both small breakfast meetings and seminars, as well as banquets and teambuilding events.

See our offerings and request an offer!

Finnish National Gallery, Service Sales
tel. 0294 500 500 (Mon–Fri 10–14)
myynti@kansallisgalleria.fi

The White Cellar

The White Cellar is situated on the cosy basement level of the museum. The space is ideally suited for seminars, meetings and banquets for up to 50 persons. The tables can be arranged flexibly for lectures or meetings according to your wishes. Dinner and cocktail events are also possible.

Rent: 4 hours 850 € and 8 hours 1300 € (incl. VAT 24%).

Southpark-ravintolan kalustusta kuvattuna museolle päin, ikkunoista näkyy vastapäinen keltainen museorakennus.

Catering

Catering is provided by the Southpark restaurant. The simplest option is to choose from our recommended catering options, but we can also tailor the menu according to your wishes. Food and drinks can be served in the conference room itself. Lunch can also be enjoyed in the restaurant.

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Yksityiskohta Sinebrychoffin taidemuseon taukorautaisesta portista,

“The venue was simply fantastic, the food tasty and the private tour of the exhibition was a nice extra. Thank you!”

“The technical equipment worked well, the space was splendid, and the catering was tasty. One seldom gets such good service anywhere, so thanks for that!”

“The conference space, our reception in the lobby and the general guidance were excellent. The catering was served as agreed and the food was good. The venue was truly excellent, beautiful and calm. Accessibility was also excellent”

“Good functional facilities, friendly and professional service!”

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