The Photographer’s Studio

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The Photographer’s Studio shows what a small town photograph’s work space looked like in the 1950s. The premises consist of a studio, where the photos were taken, a dark room for the developing and duplication of photos, and a shop selling cameras, photographic film and picture frames. There is also a small camera exhibition at the Photographer’s Studio,  which is based on a donation by photographer Harry Holmström.

Lindblad’s house, the building in which the Photographer’s Studio is located, was built in the 1730s, and moved to the museum area in 1961.

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Address: Gustav Wasas gata 11
Opening Hours: 26.4- 26.8. 2018 Tue-Sun 11-17.  26.11.2017 – 7.1.2018 Wed – Sun 11-17.   Groups also by arrangement.
Enquiries: +358-(0)19-289 2512, museum(at),
Entrance Fee:Adults 8 €, seniors and students 5 €. Under 18 year olds free. Groups (min. 10 persons) 5 € / person + guiding 50 € (weekend 70 €).The fee includes entry to all units within the Museum Centre.
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Other museums to visit: EKTA museum, Forngården museum
Services: museumshop,  café,  WC
Accessibility: Liikuntaeste Poor disabled access.