Sámi Museum Siida
The Sámi Museum Siida is the national museum of the Sámi and a national special museum in Finland. The Sámi Museum stores the spiritual and material culture of the Finnish Sámi in its collections and presents it to the public through its exhibitions and publications. Its main purpose is to support the identity and the cultural self-esteem of the Sámi.
Sámi Museum’s Finna
Here you can browse the treasures of Sámi Museum's collections - objects and photographs and find information on the cultural heritage of the Sámi. More material will be added and the service will be developed continuously.
All Sámi Museum Siida’s images accessible via Finna are free to download and use, but the name of the photographer and Sámi Museum Siida must be mentioned. The images are licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence.
The images available via the online service are not of press quality. If you wish to purchase a print quality image or you have any other enquiries, please contact the Sámi Museum Siida’s photo archives.
Only a small part of the museum’s collection is currently available via Finna. Contact us if you have questions or if you cannot find what you are looking for: finna [at] samimuseum.fi
The Finna information search service brings together the collections of Finnish archives, libraries and museums: www.finna.fi
In winter from January 1st to April 30th 2021
Mon to Sat 10am to 5pm (closed on Sun)
Note: Siida is closed on 1.-31.5.2021 because of move.
In May 2021, the museum collections and restaurant will move to new premises and customer service will move to temporary premises.
In summer, June 1st to September 30th 2021
every day from 9am to 5pm.
In winter, October 1st 2021 to March 31st 2022
Mon to Sat 10am to 4pm (closed on Sun)
Exceptions to opening hours
We are also open on 1 January and on Easter (except Sun 4 April 2021).
On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24th 10 - 14
On Christmas Day, Dec. 25th 12 - 16
Visitor InfoSámi Museum SIIDA
INARINTIE 46, 99870 INARI
Tel. +358 400 898 212