There is a fully-furnished bank interior designed by architects Gesellius, Lindgren & Saarinen on display at the museum. Dating back to 1904, the interior is a valuable specimen of cultural heritage. Part of the old banking hall and the manager's office are open for visitors. Banking memorabilia collected from a variety of commercial banks add to the historic atmosphere.
The museum's permanent exhibition includes an exhibition on the history of Finnish commercial banking starting from the establishment of the Union Bank of Finland in 1862. The exhibition focuses on the customer's point of view and showcases the banking services available to the customer.
There are memorabilia on display from each of Nordea's predecessor banks: a share certificate, bank book, piggy bank or some other object or piece of equipment that was used in the bank. The exhibition also features rare banknotes issued by the Union Bank of Finland in 1866 and 1882.
The museum's collection includes a multimedia exhibition, which showcases the evolution of banking technology as well as the branches of Nordea's predecessor banks. You can watch their old television commercials starting from the 1960s.