Far out art with a historic heart!

Far out art with a historic heart!

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!

VISIT US

How to reach us

Serlachius shuttle bus runs between Tampere and Mänttä on the opening days of the museums. Find out other tips as well.

Restaurant Gösta serves

Welcome to enjoy restaurant’s tastes of the season!

Book Your Ticket

Book museum ticket, restaurant services and shuttle bus in advance. See also our day trips and other tours.

Current news

Serlachius Museums’ Art Sauna has been nominated for Finlandia Prize for Architecture. The winner will be announced on 3 October.

EXHIBITIONS

EGS

This Could Go on Forever

Graffiti artist EGS’s body of works

Art Museum Gösta

24 September 2022 — 05 March 2023

Oneself As Another

Works from the Gösta Serlachius Fine Arts Foundation’s collection

Virtual exhibition space

10 August 2022 —

Clare Woods, The language of the body is yet to be explored (detail), 2017, porcelain, Corian and adhesive, private owner.

Punoutua

Porcelain sculptures of Rachel Kneebone

Art Museum Gösta

14 May 2022 — 09 October 2022

Clare Woods, The English Smile, 2021.

Between Before and After

Clare Woods’ paintings

Art Museum Gösta

26 March 2022 — 05 March 2023

Trish Morrissey, Self-portrait with snail, 2020 © Trish Morrissey

Trish Morrissey: Autofictions

Twenty years of photography and film

Museum Gustaf

5 February 2022 — 08 January 2023

Behind the Pulp Gate

Work and stories from Mänttä pulp mill

Museum Gustaf

29 February 2020 —

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

Classic Works of Fine Art at the Manor

Updated collection hanging

Art Museum Gösta

6 April 2019 —

Apteekkarin kauppahuone | Apotekarens handelshus | Apotheckary's Trade House

Apothecary’s Trade House

Experience history – hands-on

Museum Gustaf

16 November 2013 —

Paper Devil

The life and business affairs of G. A. Serlachius

Museum Gustaf

11 May 2013 —

Pearl of the month

The Pearl of the Month in September presents Clare Woods’ painting English Smile which is currently showcased in her exhibition at Serlachius Museum Gösta.

The New Art Sauna

A new architectonic perspective into the concept of Finnish sauna, Art Sauna stands on the shore of Serlachius Museum Gösta.

Sustainability at Our Museums

Responsibility of the environment is a matter of the heart for Serlachius Museums. We have been awarded ISO 14001 environmental certificate and Sustainable Travel Finland label by Visit Finland.

Serlachius’ sound stories

Sound stories provide interesting background information on the history of the Serlachius Museums, the mill owner family, architecture and a selection of artworks as well as current exhibitions.

Artworks on the web

Browse selected art pieces from Serlachius Collection at the site Taide.art.

Punoutua

Rachel Kneebone’s enigmatic porcelain sculptures at Serlachius Museum Gösta 14 May–9 Oct 2022

Between before and After

In Clare Woods paintings, the delicate boundary between illness and health, cruelty and humanity, and ultimately life and death is present.

Trish Morrissey: Autofictions

Twenty years of photography and film. At Serlachius Museum Gustaf from 5 February 2022 to 8 January 2023.

SEE & DO

Amazing Art Trip

Spend a wonderful day at Serlachius including transfer from Tampere, guided tours and a delicious meal.

Public sauna day

Visit the new Art Sauna on public sauna days or book your private sauna experience.

11 reasons to Visit Serlachius

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

Love and wonder

Here you find more information on Serlachius Museums’ collection works, intriguing stories as well as history.

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