The Lotta Museum

The Lotta Museum is a professionally run specialist museum that documents the history of the Lotta Organization and studies the voluntary work of women.

The main exhibition of the Lotta Museum is Lotta Svärd  – 100 years of societal responsibility. The fully remodeled main exhibition Lotta Svärd  – 100 years of societal responsibility, opened in May 2021. The exhibition focuses on the significant role women had in building the Finnish society from the time that Finland gained its independence to the present day.


The Lotta Museum has produced the Lotta Svärd online museum that provides comprehensive information on the history of the Syväranta estate and the museum.

The Lotta Museum is maintained by Lotta Svärd Foundation.

Opening hours and entrance fees

Opening hours


Tu-Sun 10:00-17:00


Tu-Sun 10:00-20:00

Exceptional opening hours

15 April – closed

16 April – open 10-17

17 April – open 10-17

18 April – closed

23 June – closed

24 June – closed

25 June – closed


The Lotta Museum and Lotta Canteen are fully accessible.


Adults 10€

Students, pensioners, conscripts and those in non-military service  7€

Children (0-18 years) free entrance

Free entrance: Lottas, Junior Lottas, members of the Soldier Boy units and war veterans

Museum Card 74€

Payment methods

In addition to cash and the most common payment cards, the Lotta Museum accepts the following payment methods:

  • Museum Card
  • Ticket Mind & Body Card
  • Smartum Cultural Voucher
  • Edenred Recreational Voucher

Museum tickets are free of VAT.

At the museum cafe`Lotta Canteen, you can pay for your lunch with a lunch voucher or lunch card.

Finding us

The distance from Helsinki city centre to the Tuusulan Rantatie is around 35 km.

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