It faces the Baltic Sea, and the open-air market is just opposite. There is a sign at the door that information about Helsinki can be obtained free of charge. There are a lot of information about city activities and all kinds of materials, and more people answering questions. Visitors can also sit in the lobby rest area to read materials, which is a good place for people.
I like this museum very much. It has its own unique design style and rich display.
Helsinki's Museum of Cities, though not crowded, has many surprising discoveries.
This is very good. Everyone has more than ten mu. It's better for me to do it.