The University of Lapland’s Arctic Centre conducts internationally recognized and multidisciplinary research of the Arctic.
The Regional Museum of Lapland is the principal authority on Lappish culture, prehistory, history, architectural heritage, and nature.
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 300 museums throughout Finland; valid for one year beginning on date of first use.
Adults 20 € (norm. 32€)
Seniors, unemployed, students 15 € (norm. 22€)
Children (7-15 yrs.) 10 € (norm. 16€)
Family (2 adults + 2 children 7-15 yrs. OR 1 adult + 3 children 7-15 yrs.) 50€ (norm.80€)
Children under 7years free or charge
Culture Pass is your ticket to three of Rovaniemi’s premier cultural attractions. Experience northern nature, art, history and phenomena in many exciting ways:
Korundi House of Culture
Discover new and daring northern perspectives through contemporary art.
Arktikum Science Centre and Museum
Your introduction to life in the north: Arctic issues and the history and culture of Lapland.
Science Centre Pilke
Explore northern forests, the sustainable use of wood and the possibilities of bioeconomy by doing and experiencing.
Culture Pass is personal and valid for 7 days – visit the three attractions as many times as you like. Welcome to the north!
Arktikum is conveniently located on the north side of highway E4, along the edge of downtown Rovaniemi.
Arriving from the south
Approaching Rovaniemi on northbound highway E4, travel in the right lane past two city-bound exits and drive under/through the Revontuli shopping centre tunnel. Use the exit ramp on the right, immediately after the tunnel and move into the left lane towards Kittilä. Turn left and stay in this
lane to continue following signs directing you to Arkitkum.
Arriving from the north
Approaching Rovaniemi on southbound highway E4, take the first exit ramp to the city center. Select the right lane on the exit ramp, and follow the posted road signs as they direct you to Arktikum.
View driving and walking routes on Google Maps.
Handicapped parking spaces are located in Arktikum’s courtyard. Busses may also leave visitors at the main entrance, but bus parking is specifically marked.
Arktikum’s main entrance door is automatic, however, accessibility can be somewhat hampered by the heavy exhibition doors. It is for this reason that we recommend that you have someone to assist you with opening the doors, should you require additional help. Assistants are welcomed and given free admission. Additionally, guide and service dogs are welcome in Arktikum.
The first aid room is located in the upper corridor, immediately after the coat racks on the left. Wheelchairs can be found in and borrowed from the first aid room. The first aid room may also be used as a resting room, as needed.
Coat racks and lockers are free of charge and can be found in the vicinity of the admission and information desks. Larger luggage can be stored in the luggage room while you enjoy your visit. Please leave studded shoes in the cloakroom. Arktikum is not responsible of any items left on the stands. Wheelchairs and strollers may be borrowed from the information desk, as well.
Elevators are located on both sides of the main corridor; past the information desk and museum shop and before the stairs.
Women’s and men’s toilets are located in the upper corridor after the information desk and the museum shop (6 in total), beneath the staircase in the lower corridor (2 in total), as well as in the vicinity of the restaurant and the library (6 in total). Handicapped toilet facilities are located in the upper corridor on the left side of the coat racks.
The child care room is located on the right side of the upper corridor, after the information desk, museum shop and coat racks. Strollers can be borrowed from child care room.
Rovaniemi school teachers may observe and explore the exhibitions in advance with no admission charge, as they prepare for student visits.
Arktikum is a great place to visit for class trips and study tours; providing an abundance of content that can be applied to historical, cultural, Arctic nature and lifestyle study topics. Exhibitions are based on experiences and visualizations provide an inspiring learning environment for students of all ages.