The new and different Lenin Museum

Museum is closed from 17 Mar to 13 May


Opening hours:

From 1 September – 31 May: Tue–Sun 11 am –5 pm

From 1 June –  31 August: daily 11 am – 6pm

Museum is closed (2020):

From 17 Mar to 13 May
From 19 Jun to 21 Jun
6 Dec
From 24 Dec to 26 Dec

Hämeenpuisto 28
Tampere, Finland

For more information:
tel. +358 104 209 222

Welcome to the Birthplace of the Soviet Union!

The Finnish Lenin Museum has a unique story. This is where Lenin and Stalin met for the first time, in a secret meeting of the Bolsheviks in December 1905. They started planning a revolution which later changed world history and also made it possible for Finland to become independent.

In the very same rooms now locates the Lenin Museum, the only Lenin Museum left outside Russia.

Welcome to the only Lenin Museum in the European countries!



Peukku rahalle!


Adults 8 euros, students and seniors 6 euros, children under 18 – free