Exhibitions & Events


Old Banking Hall Exhibition

Nordea Art Foundation has a permanent exhibition of its own works in Helsinki. The collection’s classics of Finnish art are displayed in the unique interior of the Old Banking Hall in Aleksanterinkatu. The exhibition is changed annually.

The foundation offers guided tours by advance reservation. Tours can be arranged from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 5 pm. On Friday the last starting time is 3 pm. The house is closed during weekends and public holidays.

  • Price of the guided tour (~1 hour): 28 € / person, minimum charge 300 € / group. The tour will be invoiced after the visit.
  • Group size: 1-50
  • Languages offered: Finnish, Swedish and English
  • Museum card (Museokortti) is not valid

NB: Due to historical character of the building there are no free access.


Tour bookings:

Director Anu Kehusmaa
anu.kehusmaa [at] consult.nordea.com

+358 41 4377 566

When contacting, please inform: group size, wished date and time of the visit and invoicing address.

Oulu Museum of Art: "Landscape in me" 17.6.2023–7.1.2024

The exhibition presents Finnish landscape painting from the golden age to contemporary art.

The exhibition is made in cooperation with the association of the Finnish Fine Art Foundations. There are total 17 artworks in the exhibition from the Nordea Art Foundation Finland collection. Following members are included: Alfred Kordelinin säätiö, Fortum Art Foundation, Föreningen Konstsamfundet, Gösta Serlachius Ar Foundation, OP Group Art Foundation, Pro Artibus Foundation, Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation, Nordea Art Foundation Finland, UPM-Kymmene Cultural Foundation, Åbo Akademi Foundation and Lönnström Art Museum.


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Nordea Bank Museum

Nordea Bank Museum is located in the Union Bank of Finland's Old Banking Hall at the address Aleksanterinkatu 36 B, Helsinki. 

The museum's permanent exhibition includes an exhibition on the history of Finnish commercial banking starting from the establishment of the Union Bank of Finland in 1862. The exhibition focuses on the customer's point of view and showcases the banking services available to the customer.

There is a fully-furnished bank interior designed by architects Gesellius, Lindgren & Saarinen on display at the museum. Dating back to 1904, the interior is a valuable specimen of cultural heritage. Part of the old banking hall and the manager's office are open for visitors. Banking memorabilia collected from a variety of commercial banks add to the historic atmosphere.

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