HAM Helsinki Art Museum is one of the largest museums in all of Finland, featuring its main venue in Helsinki's historic Tennis Palace complex; a regional outpost in Uusimaa; the HAM Gallery (formerly known as the Kluuvi Gallery); and much of the city's public domain art. All in all, the art museum has a collection of nearly 9,000 pieces, most of which are of the modern Finnish variety.
Both contemporary and modern works are displayed at the museum, and pieces are often brought in on exchange from partners in the Americas, Asia, Africa, and elsewhere in Europe. The works cover a wide variety of regions, genres and history.
The Helsinki Art Museum can be found within the Tennis Palace (Tennispalatsi). The collection is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm and is easy to reach via the main city bus station or the metro station Kamppi. The railway station is also nearby.