Serlachius Museums are closed 18 March – 13 April

Serlachius Museums are closed 18 March – 13 April

What is Serlachius?

The Serlachius Museums offer a meeting place for art and stories, and people who value their high-quality. There are two Serlachius Museums: Art Museum Gösta as well as Museum Gustaf, which tells the stories of history. Our heart and soul consist of art, architecture, history, excellent food, magnificent lakeside nature and hearty service.  Welcome!


Serlachius Museums are closed

The museums are closed from 18 March to 13 April.

Serlachius bus

Serlachius bus runs as normal until 20 March. From 23 March only Mo–Fr the early morning tours.

Restaurant Gösta

Restaurant Gösta is closed 18 March–13 April.

the events of the museums

All events of the museums have been cancelled until further notice.

Serlachius Museums are closed

According to the instructions of the Emergency Act declared by the Finnish Government, Serlachius Museums are closed from Wednesday 18 March 2020 until 13 April 2020.

How about the Future?

Photographic artist Nanna Hänninen’s retrospective exhibition at Serlachius Museum Gösta: 1 Feb 2020 – 7 Mar 2021


Petri Eskelinen

Procedural Memory

Petri Eskelinen’s interactive sculptures


21 March 2020 — 30 August 2020

Behind the Pulp Gate

Work and Stories from Mänttä pulp mill


29 February 2020 —

Nanna Hänninen, How About the Future? , sarjasta Now is Now, 2019, digitaalinen värituloste.

How About the Future?

A retrospective of Nanna Hänninen


1 February 2020 — 07 March 2021

Marinella Senatore, Kertovan tanssin koulu/ onnea etsimässä/Quest for Happiness / På jakt efter lyckan

The Quest for Happiness

Italian contemporary art


26 October 2019 — 29 March 2020

Albert Edelfelt, Kööpenhaminan ankkuripaikalta III, 1890, öljyväri kankaalle, Gösta Serlachiuksen taidesäätiö. Kuva: Tomi Aho

Classic Works of Fine Art at the Manor

New collection hanging


6 April 2019 —

Olli och Bucklan | Olli ja Bucklan | Olli and Bucklan | Serlachius Museums

Olli and Bucklan

The Life and Art of the Ehrströms


26 January 2019 — 03 May 2020

Apteekkarin kauppahuone | Apotekarens handelshus | Apotheckary's Trade House

Apotheckary’s Trade House

Experience history – hands-on


16 November 2013 —

Paperiperkele | Pappersdjävul | Paper Devil | Serlachius Museums

Paper Devil

The life and business affairs of G. A. Serlachius


11 May 2013 —


11 reasons to Visit Serlachius

Joel Willians from Very Finnish Problems tells his favorite places in Mänttä.

Recreation for your body and soul

This online package includes transfers from Tampere, lunch and entrance to two amazing Serlachius Museums!

Culinary pleasures

Savour Restaurant Gösta’s unpretentious flavours at Serlachius!

Nordic walking poles and bicycles

The loan of bikes and walking poles is included in the entrance fee. In summertime you may also borrow a rowing boat and enjoy the lakeside nature!


A legend of Finnish paper industry

Mill owner G. A. Serlachius built a paper empire in Mänttä in spite of the crises and setbacks in his life.

Industrial architecture

An entity of almost 10 000 drawings on Mänttä pulp mill comprised in the Serlachius Museums’ collection.

The Problem (Symposium)

One of Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s renowned symbolistic works ended up the Serlachius collection in a most peculiar way.

Awarded architecture

Completed in 2014, the Pavilion, the extension of the Museum Gösta, has been awarded several times in Finland and abroad.