Polar Opposites video presentation will take you on a journery through Lappish nature and across the four distinct seasons of the region. Observe what days are like during the darkest time of the year, experience the sky ablaze as the northern lights dance across it, and bask in the bright sunshine of the midnight sun. Place yourself in a snow-covered forest, witness reindeer herding, and warm yourself by a crackling fire. Let the northern animals act as your guides to the remote, Lappish landscapes.
Shown non stop in Arktikum. Duration 9 minutes.
Renewed permanent exhibition by the Regional Museum of Lapland about the history of Pechenga (1920-1944)
Everyday life and stories of the Arctic.
What is life like in the world’s northernmost regions?
Video presentation of the changing seasons in the north.
Artist Anu Osva’s installations of human-animal interaction
25 clicks of a button. Tuure Aalto’s nature photographs.
Exhibition tells the story of how the international Arctic cooperation originated in Rovaniemi
Architecture for Tourists in Lapland, 1930–1950
Price includes entry for 2 adults + 2 children aged 7-15 years + children under 7 years
The Museum Card allows you entry into more than 280 museums throughout Finland; valid for one year beginning on date of first use.
Adults 20 € (norm. 29€)
Seniors, unemployed, students 15 € (norm. 21€)
Children (7-15 yrs.) 10 € (norm. 16€)
Rovaniemi's top cultural attractions in a single ticket!
The Culture Pass opens the door to three exceptional culture locations in Rovaniemi. Journey through Lappish history and explore Arctic research at Arktikum, immerse yourself into the contemporary art of the north at Korundi, discover the importance of the northern forest and what powers the bio-economy at Science Centre Pilke.
The Culture Pass is valid for 7 days.