ANCIENT TURKU Aboa Vetus, the sole archaeological museum in Finland, is an underground discovery encompassing a historic town district. The archaeological site at Aboa Vetus comprises the remnants of medieval houses. The Convent Riverfront, which was a prominent street in medieval Turku, still traverses the museum’s vicinity to this day.
CONTEMPORARY ART The Aboa Vetus Ars Nova Foundation Art Collection is a diverse compilation of pieces from the recent history of Finnish and other Western art. The collection’s earliest artworks date back to the late 19th century, with a particular focus on pieces created from the 1950s to the present day.
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Accessible for those with limited mobility.
Both levels of Ars Nova are wheelchair accessible.
Approximately one-third of the Aboa Vetus exhibition area can be reached with an electric wheelchair. Visitors who use lighter mobility aids might have the possibility to access the entire premises if they have assistance with stairs and the uneven cobbled floors, which are a characteristic feature of the museum due to its historical context.
To access the museum, visitors with wheelchairs should use the entrance ramp from the outside. It’s advisable for wheelchair users to contact the museum staff upon arrival or in advance for assistance.
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