Visit EMMA safely

© Ella Tommila / EMMA
© Ella Tommila / EMMA

The safety of visitors and employees has been considered in several ways. EMMA is Finland’s largest art museum by surface area, with plenty of safe space to enjoy art when we take each other into consideration.

Updated 10 January 2022

In accordance with Regional State Administrative Agency’s latest decision, all our public events are cancelled until 31 January 2022. We aim to reschedule the events or, if possible, to organise them online. EMMA remains open normally.

EMMA’s staff is prepared to receive museum guests during the corona situation and supports safe visits.

Note the following instructions when you plan your visit to the museum:

  • We will check the COVID-19 passport for all museum visitors over the age of 16. We abide by the COVID-19 passport guidelines of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. 
  • We accept all national COVID-19 passports and certificates that are in use in the EU region and outside the EU.
  • Come to the museum only when you are healthy.
  • We strongly recommend all visitors to wear a face mask on our premises.
  • Keep a safe distance between yourself and the museum guests and staff.
  • Please take care of good hand hygiene and avoid unnecessary touching of surfaces. Wash your hands carefully whenever possible. Hand sanitiser is available in customer service and exhibition spaces.

Tickets

  • Tickets are sold by the entrance and at advance at Lippu.fi service. Please note that there is a service fee of 2 euros.

COVID-19 passport

  • Starting from 4 December 2021 we will check the COVID-19 passport for all museum visitors over the age of 16. We abide by the COVID-19 passport guidelines of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland.
  • We accept all national COVID-19 passports and certificates that are in use in the EU region and outside the EU. If you have questions about your certificate, please read more from the Finnish institute for health and welfare website.
  • The COVID-19 passport will be checked by the entrance of the Exhibition Center WeeGee.
  • Download or print your COVID-19 passport before your visit.
  • Be prepared to prove your identity when your COVID-19 passport is being checked. No personal information is collected. 

Download the EU COVID certificate from My Kanta Pages read more
1.    Log into My Kanta Pages from the kanta.fi homepage using your personal means of identification, such as online banking IDs or a mobile certificate.
2.    Select ‘Koronatodistus’ (COVID certificate) from the menu on the left. You will also find a link to the certificate section on the homepage of My Kanta Pages.
3.    Click the pdf link to open the COVID certificate. If you have a certificate, it will open in a new tab.
4.    Save the pdf file to your phone or other device or take a screenshot of it. This way, you have the certificate ready when you need it. You can also print the certificate on paper. See what the certificate looks like here: Model certificate: EU Digital COVID Certificate

 

EMMA is Finland’s largest art museum, with gallery space covering a total area of over 5o00 m2. We have plenty of safe space to enjoy art while taking each other into consideration.

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