Image. Word. Freedom.


The new permanent exhibitions at the museum shed light on the freedom of speech and censorship. On a large world map, you can follow global news feeds in real time and compare freedom of speech in different countries. In the nostalgic news park, you can access countless news and thousands of news-related photos. Old objects reveal how communications have accelerated and how the work of journalists has changed. Fascinating short documentaries and speeches by media experts liven up the history of how news is made and provide new insight into the future of media as well.

Lukemisen juhlaa! Donald Duck magazine in Finland 70 years


The first issue of Aku Ankka (Donald Duck) magazine was published in Finland in December 1951. The Päivälehti Museum celebrates the magazine’s 70th anniversary with a cheerful exhibition. The script and illustration for the exhibition have been made by Finland’s best-known duck artist Kari Korhonen.



Printing, technology, work exhibitions

The Printing cellar is a live centre of Finnish print media history where you can discover the equipment and working methods used for the letter press – manual and mechanical typesetting and printing. In the popular Printing cellar work exhibitions, those skilled in traditional printing methods use authentic tools to show how books and other printed materials were made before the age of computers.


You can discover the museum independently or with a guide.

You can discover the museum independently or with a guide. The guided tour lasts one hour, and its contents vary depending on the interests of the group and the exhibitions available. There is a separate programme for schools. We also receive groups outside the museum’s opening hours. The entrance to the museum is always free, and the guided tours are free as well. Reservations can be made at +358(0)20 720 9810.