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The Moomin Museum’s Studio lets you unleash your inner artist! The Studio provides a workspace where museum visitors can get creative in free-form sessions and guided workshops every day from noon to 4pm (except some private events). All visitors are welcome to drop in and get arty! The workshops vary in content and theme, ranging from art-making and crafts to community projects.



The Moomin Museum is celebrating the sea all year long in 2020! To mark the 75th anniversary of the very first Moomin book, we will be dedicating this year to the theme of sea protection. We’ll also take a dive into the depths of the ocean in our forthcoming workshops accompanying The Moomins and the Sea jubilee exhibition. The Baltic Sea inspired the settings of Tove Jansson’s Moomin books, in which the Baltic Sea is portrayed as an idyllic, magical place populated by wondrous creatures such as lantern fish, seahorses, octopi, mermaids and sea serpents. Today, however, our polluted sea needs everyone’s help to save it!
Join our workshop and sculpt your own real or imaginary sea creature! Together we will craft three-dimensional marine monsters using chicken wire and papier-mâché. What kind of fabulous creatures can you imagine lurking in the depths of the sea?


Workshops for groups

If you would like to book a guided workshop for your group, please contact our sales team: or 03 243 4111.


Illustration for Comet in Moominland, 1951 © Moomin Characters