Among the museums of the City of Lappeenranta, the South Karelia Museum, the Cavalry Museum and the Lappeenranta Art Museum are located in the Fortress of Lappeenranta, in the old barracks and warehouses along Kristiinankatu. Over the decades these buildings, which date back to the Russian period, have been slowly refurbished to serve as Museums. The Wolkoff House Museum is located outside the Fortress, along Kauppakatu.
All museums in Lappeenranta are closed to the public 4.3. - 30.4.2021 due to the coronavirus situation. The South Karelian Museum, Lappeenranta Art Museum and the Cavalry Museum will be open again in April. The Wolkoff House Museum will remain closed until June 2021.
The museum offices are also closed to the public. The employees are mostly working remotely. During these exceptional circumstances, inquiries should be made to the office telephone, at +358 (0)40 587 2274 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The cultural environment services offered by the museum (building research and archaeology) will take place electronically or by the phone during the state of emergency. Any inquiries and matters concerning the collections, exhibitions and outreach activities are handled by e-mail or on the telephone. The contact details of the museum staff can be found on the website of the museum: https://lappeenranta.fi/fi/Palvelut/Kulttuuri-ja-liikunta/Museot/Henkilokunnan-yhteystiedot