Oulu Art Museum is located in the downtown Oulu district of Myllytulli close to Hupisaaret Park in an old, renovated red-brick industrial building.

Street address: Kasarmintie 9, Oulu

Frequently asked questions

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Take exit #10 towards the city centre on highway E75/E4.

There is a small public parking area in the city end of the museum building with two spaces reserved for disabled parking. Parking here is free, but a parking disc is required. Please note that the parking area is not reserved for customers of the art museum only but is also used by visitors going to Hupisaari Park and to the nearby residential buildings.


Oulu Museum of Art is reachable using local bus lines 9 and 9K and city bus A.


A bicycle rack is located by the main entrance.


Oulu Museum of Art is mostly accessible by wheelchair.

Entrance is through the main door on street level. The entrance has no stair steps. Threshold height is 1.5 to 2 cm. The door is not automatic, but the information desk personnel are prepared to assist visitors. Please ring the bell on the right side of the main entrance.

Personal assistants visit the museum free of charge.

The galleries have benches for sitting, and folding chairs can be borrowed from the information desk.

Facilities and toilets

The information desk of the art museum is located in the entrance hall along with the café, the coat rack, lockers and a few clothes closets with lock. The entrance also features a map of the art museum.

Unisex toilets and a toilet accessible with wheelchair are available in the entrance hall. Another toilet is located on the second floor of the museum.

The galleries are located on the first and the second floor of the museum. The third floor of the museum holds office spaces. The museum has a lift for moving between the floors. The large gallery on the street level (Gallery A) has a short flight of stairs, but a wheelchair ramp is also available. Entrance to one of the galleries on the second floor also has a short flight of stairs but is also accessible by wheelchair via the other end of the gallery. Most of the galleries are fully unobstructed except for Gallery A, Tasku and Satula galleries/spaces on the first floor and the Reppu workshop space on the second floor, which are accessed through doors. Museum personnel will assist museum guests with the doors.


You can identify museum personnel by their white name tags.


Pushchairs can be borrowed from the information desk. Parking space for baby carriages can be found in the entrance hall.

A nursing table is available in the wheelchair-accessible toilet.

Baby food can be warmed in the café. The café also has high chairs available.