One of the most notable museums in the lakeside region of Tuusulanjärvi, the sizeable Karelian-inspired log-built studio and home of Pekka Halonen (1865–1933) has changing exhibition of works by Halonen himself and his contemporaries. It's a lovely place with great views and a lakeside garden. Take a Mäntsälä-bound bus (Monday to Friday) from Kamppi bus station to the Halosenniemi E stop.

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