The Finnish Museum of Games is focused on experiences: visitors can try the games in their authentic environments. There are more than 100 games on display, and 60 of them can be played. The era rooms and arcade are temporarily closed.
The Finnish Museum of Games is the first museum of gaming in Finland, and one of the first ones in the world, and gives the many decades of Finnish gaming history the surroundings it deserves
We have, for example, an arcade where you can play coin-operated games. You can also visit the room of a Commodore 64 enthusiast and play the NES games from the early 1990s in the home of an NES gamer.
The Finnish Museum of Games is the result of a collaborative project by the Media Museum Rupriikki housed in Vapriikki, Pelikonepeijoonit and the University of Tampere.