Mänttä Art Festival has been organized since 1993. It is one of Finland’s leading summer reviews of contemporary art, with a new curator bringing a fresh perspective to the exhibition every year. For more than a decade the main exhibition venue has been Pekilo, a former factory building near the Mänttä mill chimneystack.
XXIV Mänttä Art Festival takes place from June 16 to September 1, 2019 in Mänttä-Vilppula, Finland. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (including Midsummer day).
Pekilo Exhibition Centre, Tehtaankatu 21 FI-35800, Mänttä Finland. See map.
See the detailed travel information for people travelling from different parts of Finland.
- Adults: €14
- Children (0-16 years): free admission
- Discount tickets (pensioners, students, those in military or civilian service and the unemployed): €10
- Season ticket: €18
- Groups (min. 8 persons): à €10 €
- Personal care assistants of festival guests get free admission
Methods of Payment: We accept debit cards, Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro and both Smartum vouchers and cards. Mänttä Art Festival is not part of the Finnish Museum Card system.
- 20 persons max: €40
- Over 20 persons: €70
Inquiries in advance: +358 44 259 9194 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning a group trip to Mänttä Art Festival? You can contact Saarikoski Travels for a tailor-made package for your group (min 10 pax). For an offer please contact Leena Tervakorpi +358 40 4802342 or info(at)saarikoski.fi.
Pekilo is a former industrial property which has undergone extensive alterations and renovations to make the facilities as audience-friendly as possible. We aim to further improve details to increase accessibility. Read more!
Mänttä Art Festival
Pekilo, Tehtaankatu 21
FI-35800 Mänttä, Finland
+358 (0)44 259 9194
Customer service during the exhibition's opening hours: +358 (0)44 981 3115
+358 (0)44 259 9194
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Mänttä Art Festival has been organized by its founding association 'Mäntän kuvataiteen ystävät' (Mänttä Art Lovers) since 1993. A biennial event during the early years, the festival has been arranged annually since 1999. It is one of Finland’s leading summer reviews of contemporary art, with a new curator bringing a fresh perspective to the exhibition every year. For more than a decade the main exhibition venue has been Pekilo, a former animal feed refinery near the Mänttä mill chimneystack.