Anti-aircraft defence museum
The Finnish anti-aircraft defense museum presents the development of Finnish anti-aircraft defense all the way from 1925 to today. It showcases a globally unique and diverse collection of anti-aircraft systems, and , for example, a MIG-3 fighter that was shot down in 1941. The museum comprises two large exhibition halls, a service centre, Captain's lodgings - and official military residence from the 1700s (which is also the oldest building in Tuusula), as well as an extensive outdoor exhibition area. On the museum grounds you can find AA guns from the winter war, S-125 Isajev Neva/Pechora AA missile system, and parts of the BUK M1 missile defence system.