Contact information and how to get there
The exhibition space of the Border Museum is located in the Immola barracks in Imatra. Visitors to the museum are also welcome to visit the border guard club which is located in the same building.
The free exhibition is normally open to the public from the beginning of June to the end of August.
You can get in touch with us by email, phone or mail:
- E-mail address: [email protected]
- Tel.: Museum caretaker: +358 29 542 9515 Museum assistant: +358 295 429 516
- More information about guided exhibition tours for groups outside office hours: Kaakkois-Suomen Rajamieskilta, tel. +358 50 230 6011
- Postal address: Niskapietiläntie 32 D, 55910 Imatra
The GPS address to the Border Museum is Kivikatu 1, Imatra.
Instructions when you arrive from the direction of Imatra on Highway 6:
Drive to Vuoksenniska junction (67) and turn left to Kymälahdentie. Keep driving until you get to the roundabout. In the roundabout, turn right from the first intersection to Karjalantie (160). After about 1.5 km, turn right to Niskapietiläntie (3981). Continue on this road for about two kilometres. Do not turn to Kivikatu but continue to the next intersection and turn left. You’ll arrive at the Border Museum.
Instructions when you arrive from Joensuu on Highway 6:
Drive to junction 68 and turn right. In a couple of hundred metres, turn left to Karjalantie (160). Continue on the road for approximately 2.5 kilometres and turn left to Kaukopäänkatu. Drive to the end of the road and turn left to Niskapietiläntie (3981). Continue on this road for about 1.5 kilometres. Do not turn to Kivikatu but continue to the next intersection and turn left. You’ll arrive at the Border Museum.
Imatra's local traffic bus line number 3 operates between Jakola - Huhtanen and Huhtanen - Jakola. The Imatra Central Station is about half an hour away from Immola. Get off in Immola at the Upseerikerho stop, which is about 300 metres from the Border Museum. The Immola barracks and the Border Museum are located on the left side of Niskapietiläntie.