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Haartman Institute, Haartmaninkatu 3

Haartman institute facade

The building is based on architect Einari Teräsvirta’s winning entry ‘Angry viruses’ in an invitation-only architectural competition and was completed in 1966 for the University’s medical departments. It was named after Johan Haartman, the “father of Finnish medicine” who lived in the 18th century. One of his major achievements was the reduction of cases of smallpox through vaccination. Currently, the facilities of the Haartman Institute are occupied by the departments of the Faculty of Medicine’s Medicum unit as well as HUSLAB’s operations in microbiology and pathology.

Space list

Haartman Institute, hall 1

Picture of the back of the hall 1
K02001-A103

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Seating capacity
186
Accessibility
Accessible

Price

210.80
€ / h

Haartman Institute, hall 2

Picture of the front of the hall 2
K02001-A104

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Seating capacity
95
Accessibility
Accessible

Price

161.20
€ / h

Haartman institute, A206

Picture of the back of the room A206
K02001-A206a

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Seating capacity
14

Price

44.64
€ / h

Haartman Institute, A205

Picture of the front of the room A205
K02001-A205

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Seating capacity
14

Price

44.64
€ / h

Haartman Institute, A204

Picture of the back of the room A204
K02001-A204

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Seating capacity
13

Price

44.64
€ / h

Haartman Institute, lobby 2nd floor

Picture of the 2nd floor lobby
K02001-A209

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Accessibility
Accessible

Price

551.80
€ / 4h

Haartman Institute, lobby 1st floor

Picture of the 1st floor lobby
K02001-A105

Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki

Accessibility
Accessible

Price

551.80
€ / 4h

Building Info

Haartmaninkatu 3, 00290 Helsinki

Opening Hours

Please contact the building porter to confirm the accessibility of individual facilities.

 

Building opening hours

Location on map

Contacts

Catering for events must be ordered from the cafeteria in the building.