WeeGee for families and schools
Families and schools
The WeeGee Exhibition Centre is easy to explore with small guests, and the museums at WeeGee offer various and wonderful experiences to schoolchildren and their families.
Admission to the museums
Admission to WeeGee is free of charge for everybody under the age of 18. Teachers may enter for free with the group.
Visiting the museum with children
You can visit all of WeeGee’s museums with a pushchair or pram. There is a lift in the lobby, next to Lumière WeeGee. You can also borrow prams in the lobby, next to the lifts. We kindly ask you to leave backpacks in the free-of-charge lockers in the lobby.
Photos can be freely taken in all the museums without a flash. You can also share your pictures in social media. Please tag us with @weegeemuseums and #weegeemuseums!
Snacks and dining
There is a space for eating your own snacks on the basement floor of the exhibition centre. The museums also provide spaces for eating snacks whenever possible. You cannot eat your own snacks in the lobby or the café, and foods and drinks are not allowed in the exhibition spaces. You can ask for more information at the information desk and in the museums.
WeeGee's summer camps
In the summer, week-long day camps are organised for children aged 7–10 at WeeGee. Read more about summer camps here.
Children's museum festival
WeeGee’s biggest event for children takes over the whole museum for one weekend every spring. There is a different theme every year. Read more!(external link)
Peek into the world of Mauri Kunnas!
The Mauri Kunnas exhibition has something to see and experience for visitors of all ages. Children can learn about the imaginative works by Kunnas by playing in the books’ settings and reading the books themselves. Read more!
KULPS – a culture and sports path
The Mauri Kunnas exhibition is part of the KULPS culture and sports path. KULPS is Espoo’s culture and physical education plan, which offers free cultural and sports visits for pre-schoolers and comprehensive school pupils as part of tuition in accordance with the curriculum.
Submit a reservation request for your group with this form(external link). We will send an email to the email address provided in the form in about one week. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mauri Kunnas exhibition is part of the ‘All I Want’ reservations of KULPS, which means that you can visit the exhibition as often as you want.