The most significant museum of music in Finland is named after the famous Finnish composer, Jean Sibelius.
The museum is located by the Aura River, near the Turku Cathedral in a building designed by Woldemar Baeckman, and is one of the most unique examples of 1960’s modernism.
The museum displays a broad instrument collection and a display on the life of Sibelius. A place of interest for experts and friends of music, this museum is an excellent venue for concerts.
On Wednesday evenings the Chamber Music Hall hosts concerts during the spring and autumn season.
- Sibelius Museum´s Concert Hall, Banquet - capacity 101-200
- Sibelius Museum / Corner Room, meeting - capacity <30