Museum & art

The Söderlångvik museum is open every day at 11-17 from June 3rd to September 30th 2021 with the exception of Midsummer weekend Fri-Sun 25-27.6.

A museum displaying Amos Anderson’s art collection and personal history has been operating at the main building of Söderlångvik since 1965. Discover Amos’ impressive life, comprehensive collection and our changing exhibitions.


In the summer of 2021, the main building of the manor, which has undergone extensive renovation, will display more than a hundred works of domestic pearls from Amos Rex’s extensive collections from the first half of the 20th century. As with the restoration of the building, the new exhibition has at the spirit of the 1930s and 40s, the time when Amos Anderson spent time in Söderlångvik. Some of the works on display are acquired by Amos Anderson himself, while some are later acquired by the museum for its collections. Among them are works by Sigrid Schauman, Ellen Thessleff, Rafael Ward, Sulho Sipilä, Alvar Cawen and Birger Carlstedt, as well as many artists from the Turku region. With the renovation, the exhibition spaces have been expanded, and the new space presents the life of Amos Anderson as well as the history of the Söderlångvik estate.

The entrance fee includes a printed Gallery Guide. There are also short introductory guidings every day in July and other times on Saturdays. Timetable: in Swedish 13.00 / in Finnish 13.30. Please ask the staff for guidings in English.

Be sure to utilize Söderlångvik Museum’s new mobile guide! With the help of the mobile guide that you can use on your phone, you can get acquainted with the museum’s interiors and art. Please bring your own headphones. You can access the guide online via the link below.


Paul Osipow
In the summer of 2021, Café Söderlångvik will display food-themed paintings by visual artist Paul Osipow (b. 1939) as well as the artist’s unprecedented graphics. Osipow, who has had a career of more than sixty years, is one of the most significant visual artists in our country. It is not easy to compartmentalize the production of an artist who enjoys pop art, more traditional still life painting, and abstract pictorial subjects into any particular style or ideology. Indeed, Paul Osipow himself has said that he avoids theorizing art. The most important thing for him is the process of creating – the joy of painting.

Carriage museum

In the building of old carriages you will find some of the manor’s old horse carriages and working tools.