The National Archives of Finland in Jyväskylä closed until 30th April – reading room in use by advance booking

The coronavirus restrictions in the city of Jyväskylä have tightened. The customer service and reading room of the National Archives of Finland in Jyväskylä are closed until 30th April 2021.

However, we have made special arrangements to provide limited access to materials in the Jyväskylä reading room to students, doctoral researchers, other academic and scientific researchers, and persons engaging in other regular research work. Access can be granted from Tuesday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Visiting the reading room always requires advance booking, because the number of seats for researchers has been reduced and on-site services have been limited. A maximum of 7 persons can be simultaneously present.

In addition, only limited guidance and advice will be provided to those who have booked the facilities in advance in order to keep close contact between researchers and personnel to a minimum. Guidance and advice for other customers will only be provided online or by email or phone during the opening hours of the reading room.

If you need to use the reading room service in Jyväskylä, please do the following:

  • Order the material you need in advance through the Astia online service . If the material cannot be ordered through the online service, contact the Jyväskylä reading room personnel to agree on ordering and delivering the material (tel. +358 295 337 180).
  • When you receive a notification indicating that the material you have ordered has been sent to the reading room, book a visit to the reading room by email ( As the message subject, please use ”Booking for the reading room / Jyväskylä”.
  • During your visit, follow the coronavirus instructions of the National Archives of Finland  and any other instructions given by the personnel.

The National Archives of Finland requires that persons performing research work with special arrangements observe the safety distance, wear a face mask and observe good hand hygiene in the reading rooms and other facilities of the National Archives of Finland.

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