National Museum of Finland (NBA), Helsinki, FI

The National Museum of Finland operates under the National Board of Antiquities and has large collections from prehistoric times to the present. The National Museum of Finland was founded in 1893 as the State Historical Museum by combining several older collections and placing them in the care of the state. Today some of the collections are on display at the National Museum in Helsinki, some at The Maritime Museum of Finland, The Museum of Cultures and the National Museum's manor house museums around the country.
One of the museums belonging to the National Museum of Finland is Hvitträsk in Kirkkonummi. It was built between 1901 – 1903 by architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. The main building was both a common studio and a home for Eliel Saarinen and Armas Lindgren for some years after it was completed.

Role in the Partage Plus project: During the project the National Museum of Finland will digitise objects belonging to the Hvitträsk. Among these there are objects designed by architect Eliel Saarinen (1873 – 1950). Altogether, the National Board of Antiquities will provide 450 images of Art Nouveau objects and 50 photographic images showing Art Nouveau items and architecture.