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Bee fish swish their tails as they look at sunflowers.

Accessibility improves in the Sinebrychoff Art Museum

The accessibility of the Sinebrychoff Art Museum has improved. There is now a tactile floor plan which can be loaned from the ticketing of the museum. The history of the museum is written on Braille. Tactile images of four paintings from the permanent collection are on view on the second floor of the museum. The presentation texts of these paintings are also written on Braille.

A tactile fruit arrangement is on view in the exhibition "Expose Yourself to Art! Highlights of the Hallwyl collection of Dutch masters" (11.6.-30.8.2009). An audio guide is prepared of the exhibition in Finnish, Swedish and English. A tactile painting with real fabricks, jewellerys and hair is prepared of one of the paintings from the Hallwyl collection (a charming little girl). One can also listen to the sounds of the paintings in the exhibition halls; the sea is roaring, the birds are singing and the clock is ticking on the wall.


More information:
Sinebrychoff Art Museum
Tel: 09/1733 6460

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