Helsinki Art Museum, abbreviated HAM, is an art museum in Helsinki, Finland. It is located in Tennispalatsi in Kamppi. The museum was reopened after reconstruction and rebranding (as HAM) in 2015.
The museum is owned and operated by the city of Helsinki. It takes care of the city's art collection, which consists of over 9000 works of art. Almost half of them are exhibited in public places such as parks, streets, schools and libraries.
The Art Museum houses a small permanent exhibition of works by Tove Jansson, including two large frescoes originally created for the Helsinki City Hall restaurant.
The director of the Helsinki Museum of Art is Maya Tanninen-Mattila.