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Serena Water Park

Serena Water Park (Tornimäentie 10, Espoo) – this is a great place for the entire family to enjoy the tropical warmth year-round — with terraced pools, massaging whirlpools, waterslides and a unique sauna section carved from the bedrock.  There’s also the Black Hole pipeslide — featuring sound and light effects.  Outdoors, there are carpet slides, […]

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Paloheinä Golf Ltd.

Paloheinä Golf Ltd. (Kuusmiehentie 13, Helsinki)  – Paloheinä Golf is the most popular golf centre in Finland and is based on the principle of “pay and play”. It is located eight kilometres from the centre of Helsinki next to its Central Park.   There is a long nine hole golf course at Paloheinä, a practise […]

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Sea Life Helsinki

Sea Life Helsinki – this facility has an array of underwater sea life, ranging from sharks, to piranhas, sea horses, octopuses, clownfish, turtles, and other sea creatures.  Admission:  €16 (adult 15 year or older), €11 (children 3-14), free for children under 3 years.  Hours vary.  See Sea Life’s website for an updated schedule and other […]

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Linnanmäki Amusement Park

Linnanmäki Amusement Park (Tivolikuja 1, Helsinki) – located in the northern part of the city, this is Helsinki’s amusement park, with fairground rides in an exciting atmosphere.  The classic wooden rollercoaster is still the most popular ride.  Free admission to the Park during the Summer.  Prices vary for individual amusement rides.  See the Park’s website […]

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Korjaamo Culture Factory

Korjaamo Culture Factory (Töölönkatu 51 A-B, Helsinki) — Korjaamo Culture Factory is one of the largest arts centers in the Nordic countries. It produces arts events across various fields including music, theatre, fine arts and talks. Every August, Korjaamo hosts Stage – Helsinki Theatre Festival, which showcases a top-notch selection of domestic and foreign theatre […]

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Olympic Stadion

Olympic Stadion (Stadium) —  The Olympic Stadion, built in 1938 was designed in functionalistic style by the architects Yrjö Lindegren and Toivo Jäntti.  The Olympic Games were held in 1952 in Helsinki.  Today the Stadion (located in an exceptionally central location in Helsinki – Töölö district) hosts both national and international sporting events (such as […]