Espoo City Museum’s long-awaited new publication, A Time for Glass, is finally finished. The publication on the history and production of the Kauklahti Glassworks is the result of several years of research and the first seminal work on the topic. The beautifully illustrated work also provides a stunning overview of the history of Finnish glass industry.
The new exhibition of the Glims Farmstead Museum highlights the relationship between people and animals now and in the past. You can share your animal photos on Instagram with the hashtag #animalsinespoo to include them in the exhibition.



Espoo City Museum

Espoo City Museum was founded in1958. Today 4 museums are included in our Museum family: KAMU in the Exhibition centre WeeGee, the Glims Farmstead Museum,  the Lagstad School Museum and theVilla Museum Villa Rulludd. The Pentala Archipelago Museum is being planned and it will open to the public gradually.