This worthwhile labour museum has a variety of changing exhibitions covering social history and labour industries. The permanent...
Tampere’s industrial era began with Scot James Finlayson, who established a cotton mill by the Tammerkoski in the 1820s. Later it grew...
The offbeat spy museum under the Finlayson Centre offers a small but well-assembled display of devices of international espionage,...
Inside the Finlayson Centre, this barn of a place offers a wide range of delicious beer, cider and perry brewed here, including an...
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A bright, modern glass-and-steel exhibition space in the renovated Tampella textile mill. As well as regularly changing exhibitions on anything from bicycles to Buddhism, there’s a permanent display on Tampere’s history, a beautiful mineral museum , a natural history museum and a small but cluttered ice-hockey museum , with memorabilia of star players and teams from Finland’s sporting passion. There’s also a museum of shoes – Tampere was known for its footwear industry – and a pleasant cafe.