TAHTO Center for Finnish Sports Culture

Culture

TAHTO is the Finnish word for ‘will’. The success story of Finnish sports was not built with technology or equipment but with a strong will. We are here to respect and continue that story. TAHTO Center for Finnish Sports Culture offers unique experiences and viewpoints on sports and physical culture.

Adult €15.00 Child €0.00 Free with the Pass!

Contact


Olimpiastadiom
Paavo Nurmen tie 1
250 Helsinki

094342250
tahto@tahto.com
www.tahto.com

The new exhibition in Sports Museum of Finland is enlivened by versatile and unique audiovisual contents that guide the visitor from story to another and emotion to another: from the Helsinki Olympic Games to the world of e-sports, from excitement through disappointment to joy for victory. The exhibition brings to you the heroes of Finnish success sports, such as track and field athletics, Formula One racing and ice hockey, as well as Finnish people who climb mountains, jump from airplanes or negotiate rapids and rails.

Opening time

Mon, Tue and Fri 10-18

Wed and Thu 10-19

Sat and Sun 11-17

Accessibility

  • Guide dogs
  • Hearing impairment
  • Mental handicap
  • Disabled
  • Motor disability
  • Stroller
  • Visual disability

Access conditions

Additional information

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Tahto Center for Finnish Sports Culture

TAHTO is the Finnish word for ‘will’. The success story of Finnish sports was not built with technology or equipment but with a strong will. We are here to respect and continue that story. TAHTO Center for Finnish Sports Culture offers unique experiences and viewpoints on sports and physical culture. The new exhibition in Sports Museum of Finland is enlivened by versatile and unique audiovisual contents that guide the visitor from story to another and emotion to another: from the Helsinki Olympic Games to the world of e-sports, from excitement through disappointment to joy for victory. The exhibition brings to you the heroes of Finnish success sports, such as track and field athletics, Formula One racing and ice hockey, as well as Finnish people who climb mountains, jump from airplanes or negotiate rapids and rails.