Target group: Residents
Vantaa promotes the well-being of its residents, and they can influence the city's services and activities in many ways.
The Sanmarks were the last private owners of the manor. The city of Vantaa has owned the manor since 2005.
Håkansbole estate truly flourished in the nineteenth century. The ownership of the manor was kept within the family.
The history of Håkansböle estate can be traced all the way back to the sixteenth century.
Do you want to do your part to add to our shared cultural heritage in Vantaa? On this page you can find tips on how to take historical actions in Vantaa.
The manorial park was established on the Håkansböle estate in the 1780’s. Today the park is open to the public year-round and serves as a site for a variety of events.
On September 14, the starting pistol will go off to launch Vantaa City Museum's new Ready, Steady, Go! exhibition. The functional exhibition tells about children and teens’ sports in Vantaa.
The Vantaa City Museum has published its materials in the online Finna service as well as in the form of mobile games and online exhibitions. In addition to these, the museum also creates articles, blog posts, videos and podcasts. Most of the online materials are currently available only in Finnish.
We record and study the life, history and cultural environment of Vantaa. In addition to our basic duties, we carry out contemporary documentation, recording, inventory and research projects.