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. Read more about the history of Mänttä Art Festival.
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
+358 (0)44 023 4587
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. Read more about the history of Mäntä Art Festival.