How to make your visit more enjoyable
Here are some tips for visiting the museum with kids. Exhibitions at Kiasma can be visited by children and adults together. There are currently no artworks on show that may be touched.
Our current exhibitions are:
There and Back Again
This exhibition features paintings, photographs, sculptures and installations that are suitable for viewing with children. Some of the works are fragile and contain sharp parts. Please note that videos on display in one of the rooms contain sexually explicit imagery. Read more about the exhibition.
The works on display include ceramic works, tapestries and sculptures. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Please note that the works are fragile. Please do not touch the works or display cases. Certain works contain nudity and sexually explicit imagery which some viewers might find disturbing. Read more about the exhibition.
Why can’t I touch the artworks?
Touching a work of art just once doesn’t seem like a big deal. But even clean hands leave deposits of grease that will damage the works over time. Please help us preserve the works for everyone to enjoy – both now and in the future!
We kindly request you not to eat, drink or breastfeed in the galleries. Quiet spots for breastfeeding can be found on the first floor and on the landings between the galleries. If in doubt, please ask our personnel.
Tip: Keep a safe distance between yourself and the artworks: at least 70 cm is recommended.
Photography is permitted in the museum.
Services for children, first floor
Baby carriers can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom.
The baby change station is next to the cloakroom.
You are welcome to use the microwave oven in the Kiasma Café for heating up baby food when you visit the café.
Where can you sit if you brought your own packed lunch? Please consult our personnel.
Pram/stroller parking is under the ramp in the foyer.
Please note! There is limited room for prams in the Kiasma Café. Please consult the personnel.