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Saturday, 23 September 2017

Visit Helsinki Finland: 25 Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki City Centre

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: The Rock Church Helsinki | Temppeliaukio Church

What to Do in Helsinki City?

There are so many Helsinki attractions and many things to do in Helsinki which make it one of the most desirable capitals to visit in the 5 Nordic sovereign countries. What I like about Helsinki is that it is a compact city in Northern Europe. Many points of interest are close to one another. You can see many Helsinki attractions just by foot going for a budget travelling like me.


Why Visit Helsinki Finland?

The Finnish city, Helsinki is one of the recipients for receiving the accolade of being a ‘City of Design’ for its sustainable urban design among the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN). Helsinki takes pride to create its environment and infrastructure network to improve the standard of living.

With a strong influence from the Finnish, Swedish and Russian architectural designs in Helsinki which are evident in the historical monument preservation, one would appreciate how the unique blend of the three countries plays a part in shaping the Helsinki tourism with renowned architectural designers.

Whats more, I have presented 25 Helsinki attractions and sightseeing locations which I have visited most of them for my last two trips in Helsinki. If you have many hours of layover in Finland airport, do not waste your time hanging and sleeping in Helsinki Airport.

» See also: 4 ways that you can get from Helsinki Airport to the city centre in 30 minutes.


3 Quick Facts about Finland at the Top of the World

#1 Finnish beats hand down at the top of the scale for drinking the most coffee in the world with light roast coffee as being their favourite. So far, it is the only country with volume that exceeds over 10 kg of coffee per capita in comparison with the next-in-rank country. That is more than 2 cups of coffee per day.

#2 An extraordinary exemplary in having an education system with ‘no test’ until the age of 16. Despite that, Finland is ranked as the best education system in the world in numerous statistical reports. The Finnish students are less stressful but yet, achieve a positive outcome thanks to the brilliant teaching system.

#3 Are you expecting to see this as one of the known facts? 3.3 million saunas for 5.5 million population (2017)! Finland has the most number of saunas in the world. Many Finns have a sauna in their home on top of the plentiful public saunas in Finland. Finns enjoy an average once a week retreat in the sauna for their well-being.


Google Maps – Helsinki Attractions and Sightseeing

I have created the Helsinki City Google Maps itinerary for you in number sequence so that you can go to many locations by foot as the points of interests are near to one another. The quickest way to travel in Helsinki city centre by walking is to concentrate on either the western or eastern part of Helsinki.



25 Helsinki Attractions and Sightseeing for Top Things to do in Helsinki City Centre


① Sea Life Helsinki

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Sea Life Helsinki

Sea Life Helsinki brings you closer to the marine creatures and exhibits them in an underwater tunnel where sharks and rays swim around you. Catch the largest zebra sea shark named Mussukka in action there. Visit an exhibition or catch the feeding time of these sea creatures.

Sea Life Helsinki is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm and extended time during some days. It is closed on Christmas Eve and Day. Ticket costs €16.50 for adults and those over 15 years, €13 for 3 to 14 years old. You pay less when you purchase the ticket online €15 and €12 respectively.


② Linnanmäki Amusement Park

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Linnanmaki Amusement Park
Photo: ZeroOne/ Flickr

Just 3 minutes walk from Sea Life Helsinki, visit the Linnanmäki Amusement Park. It is not just another typical entertainment park that you know. It was built in 1950 with a purpose to support Finnish Child Welfare Work in a non-profit organisation. The Children’s Day Foundation maintaining and developing the Linnanmäki Amusement Park has donated €4.3 million in 2016 to help children and family living in a less privileged environment.

The entry to Linnanmäki Helsinki is free. It also offers 10 different types of rides for free regardless of age. Buy a wristband from €36 to €39 from online to amusement park purchase to access all the rides. The price is standard for any age. Go and enjoy the rides in Linnanmäki for a good cause and help others.


③ Helsinki Olympic Stadium

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Helsinki Olympic Stadium
Photo: Oskari Kettunen/ Flickr

The original Olympic event in 1940 was supposedly in Tokyo, Japan but rescheduled in Helsinki, Finland due to the inability to wrap up the war. Helsinki Olympic Stadium was built in 1938 for the 1940 Summer Olympic when Japan forfeited during that year. Unfortunately, due to the outbreak of World War II, the Olympic Games were cancelled. Finally, until 1952, Helsinki had the honour to hold the Summer Olympic for that year.

Today, Helsinki Olympic Stadium still holds many sporting events and music concerts. The stadium is the largest in Finland and the best place for visitors to enjoy a scenic landscape of Helsinki. The tower is 238.5 m in height and free for the public to view the city from the top. At the moment, the Helsinki Olympic Stadium and the Tower are closed until 2019 due to renovation.


④ Sibelius Monument

Helsinki Attractions & Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Sibelius Monument

In the Töölö district in Helsinki at the Sibelius Park stands more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together that looked like a winged bird. Every steel bars have motifs on it. The monument named “Passio Musicae” made its first appearance in 1967 to commemorate a famous Finnish composer, Jean Sibelius.

Helsinki Attractions & Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Sibelius Monument Hollow Steel Pipes

Helsinki Attractions & Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Sibelius Park Hollow Steel Pipes

Visit Helsinki Finland & Top Things to Do in Helsinki: Sibelius Monument Motif

The hollow steel pipes representing the organ pipes did not resonate well with the public after Elia Hiltunen, a Finnish artist won the competition, following the composer’s death in 1952. It was thought that the monument was too abstract.

Helsinki Attractions & Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Jean Sibelius Sculpture at Sibelius Monument
Jean Sibelius Sculpture

The commissioning set in after some time when an agreement that a figurative representation of Jean Sibelius would be included. Sibelius Monument is one of the most touristic Helsinki attractions that one must visit.


⑤ The Rock Church Helsinki | Temppeliaukio Church

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: The Rock Church Helsinki | Temppeliaukio Church

20 minutes away by foot from the Sibelius Park is the marvellous Temppeliaukio Church. Also known as the Rock Church, it ought to be on the priority list of Helsinki attractions. Never have I seen a rock church built in this manner – embedded right into the scabrous bedrock. On the outside is a dome-shaped cap built on rock. Entrance fee is €3.

The church hall has a dramatic theatrical and excellent acoustical effect as a lady was playing some instrument to entertain the visitors. The 24-metres dome ceiling plastered with copper tapes and skylight allows the church hall to receive sunlight penetration. The sheer beauty of Rock Church Helsinki grand architecture and an excellent sound effect is sought-after for church wedding and concerts. Temppeliaukio Church is one of the top things to do in Helsinki Finland.


⑥ National Museum of Finland | Kansallismuseo

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: National Museum of Finland
Photo: rdnk / Flickr

Not far away from Rock Church in 10 minutes is The National Museum of Finland. It is one of Finland’s most significant national-romantic works of architecture. The National Romantic style was part of the National Romantic movement during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It signified an outstanding Nordic architectural design often considered to be a form of Art Nouveau.

The National Museum of Finland opened its door to the public in 1916. The renovation from 1997 to 2000 distinguished its latest architectural interior from the exterior built with granite façade and steatite decoration. The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm and closes on Monday. Entry fee is €10 for adults and free for those under 18. Visitors may have to pay a separate fee for special exhibitions.


⑦ Sanomatalo Building

Helsinki Attractions & Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Sanomatalo Sanoma Building

3-minutes walk from Kiasma Museum is the Sanamatolo building which is the largest News and Media company for Sanoma in Finland. Its newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat founded in 1889 is the largest newspaper publishing in Finland and the Nordic countries. It is not exactly a Helsinki point of interest for tourist’s attraction. But yet, I would recommend you to go inside and have a look.

Helsinki Attractions & Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Sanomatalo Helsingin Sanomat

I visited it for two times just to witness the stupendous glass interior and its modern 20-metres lift design. Sanamatolo building has a dramatic glass building equipped with infrared emitters to eliminate the problem of a cold draft and has a positive effect on the indoor climate. There is a restaurant which people can chill while admiring the impressive architecture of the building.


⑧ Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art | Nykytaiteen Museo Kiasma

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki: Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art

Kiasma Museum is a wing of the Finnish National Gallery which educates the public on contemporary art.  Five levels of building introduce a new perspective of life and experiences through arts and events. Kiasma Museum was designed by Steven Holl, an American Architect and opened to the public in 1998. The concept of the building works based on the diffusion of light. There are stores and cafes inside the building too.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki: Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art: Park in front of Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art
Kiasma Museum on the right

The ticket is €14 and free for people under 18. The admission is also free on the first Friday of the month. Visiting hours are from 10 pm onwards and extended to 8.30 pm from Wednesday to Friday. Close on Monday and a certain period of the year. Another noteworthy point of interest is the jigsaw-liked park landscape in front of Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art which is one of my favourite Helsinki attractions.


⑨ HAM Helsinki Art Museum

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki: HAM Helsinki Art Museum

If you are a lover of visual art, you will appreciate HAM Helsinki Art Museum which showcases over 9,000 art collection in modern and contemporary arts. The focus is on the everyday life of the Helsinkians. There are displays of almost half the works in public areas such as parks, streets, offices, health centres, schools and libraries.

The remaining art collection is in Tennispalatsiin (Tennis Palace). The guided tours on Saturdays are open for all and inclusive in the museum admission fee of €10. Entry is free for those under 18 years. Opening hours are Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm and closed on Monday.


⑩ Kamppi Shopping Centre

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Kamppi Shopping Centre

Merely a 5-minutes walk from HAM Helsinki Art Museum is the Kamppi Shopping Centre. It is an entertainment complex comprising of 6 floors for dining, shopping and nightclubs. The hidden gem in Kamppi Shopping Centre lies in the basement towards the metro station where there are a lot of shops. The underground area is very lively and bustling with people.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Appartment beside Kamppi Shopping Centre

Besides the Kamppi Shopping Centre are private residences with cool, protruding glass windows with an ultra-modern touch which personally, I like such architectural design very much. If you have more time to explore out of the city centre in the residential area, you will see more stunning glass building of the similar style.


⑪ Kamppi Chapel of Silence

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Kamppi Chapel
Photo: Angelo Giordano

Just a stone’s throw beside Kamppi Shopping Centre stands a huge chunk of a wooden circular block that might occur to tourists just as a street decoration. I was fooled by it. On closer inspection was a door that leads to a chapel. Yes, this is the Kamppi Chapel and a Helsinki attraction, also known as the “Chapel of Silence” for people to calm down after a hectic day. Moreover, it is not considered a place of worship as no religious ceremonies would take place here.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Kamppi Chapel of Silence
Photo: Angelo Giordano

As opposed to the intention, the “Chapel of Silence” is never silent with curious tourists coming in and out on a short interval. Since the space of the chapel hall is rather small, a tourist would only need a minute to screen through the place if not staying for a purpose. Simplicity is a beauty and befits the wooden Kamppi Chapel well for everything inside including the chairs are made of wood in a uniform colour. A must-visit Helsinki point of interest. Entrance free for Kamppi Chapel.


⑫ Ateneum Art Museum

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Ateneum Art Museum
Photo: Finnish National Gallery

Ateneum Art Museum is perpendicular to the Helsinki Railway Station which one cannot miss. It is also under the umbrella of Finnish National Gallery featuring classical art painting predominantly by famous Finnish painters. It has an accumulation of the largest and oldest art collection in Finland backdated to the 18th century to the present day.

To date, it has more than 4,300 paintings and over 750 sculptures. Ateneum Art Museum was also the first museum in the world to own a Vincent van Gogh’s Street in Auvers-sur-Oise (1890) in 1903. Admission fee is €18 and free for those under 18. Visiting hours start from 10 am and close on Monday.


⑬ Forum Shopping Centre Helsinki

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Finland: Forum Shopping Centre Helsinki

Forum Shopping Centre runs by a Finland-Swedish organisation from 1985 is the only private-owned shopping mall at the heart of the Helsinki city not far away from the Helsinki Railway Station. It won awards as the ‘Finnish Best Shopping Centre 2016’ and ‘Nordic Shopping Centre of the Year 2017’ with over 140 shops, restaurants and cafés. Forum Helsinki opening hours start from 10 am daily and 12 pm on Sunday. You can shop till you drop dead until 9 pm during weekdays.


⑭ Stockmann Helsinki Department Store

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Stockmann Helsinki Department Store

Stockmann Group is a Finnish listed company in the retail trade and is one of Europe’s largest department stores marked as a city’s central landmark since 1930. Well-connected with Forum Shopping Centre, Stockmann Helsinki has 13 floors including several basement levels and sells mainly high-end products. The opening hours commence earlier than Forum Mall from Monday to Saturday at 9 am and on Sunday at 11 am. It closes at the same time as Forum Shopping Centre. If you like shopping, it is one of the top things to do in Helsinki city.


⑮ Aleksanterinkatu Shopping Street

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Aleksanterinkatu Helsinki Shopping Street

Situated on the same street as Stockmann, Aleksanterinkatu is my favourite shopping street. It is vibrant and has astonishing architectural buildings. Known colloquially as “Aleksi”, it is also the longest city street planned by Carl Ludvig Engel during the 1800s. Aleksanterinkatu remains as one of the best Helsinki attractions and sightseeing location for locals and tourists to date.

During the weekend, only trams and emergency vehicles can pass through it by ensuring a safe and traffic-free environment for shopping in Helsinki. Following this stretch of the road towards the east, you will be able to discover more Helsinki attractions without getting lost.


⑯ Senate Square Helsinki | Senaatintori

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Senate Square Helsinki
Photo: Ugmedia

Continuing the path of Aleksanterinkatu street, you will see the Senate Square which is one of the Helsinki tourist attractions. Several activities such as art exhibition, concerts, snow building and snowboard events have been taking place in this square. Senate Square and its surrounding are the oldest part of Helsinki.

In front of the Helsinki Cathedral lies a broad flight of steps on the north side of the Senate Square. They are so steep as people approaching the square from the north frequently assume that they are approaching a cliff edge. Such a sensation arises as a result that the steps do not become apparent until one is at the very top level. Sometimes, one can experience vertigo momentarily. Hence, locals call this point as the ‘cliff edge.’.


⑰ Helsinki Cathedral | Helsingin Tuomiokirkko

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Helsinki Cathedral
Photo: Thom Law

A remarkable white monument with five green dome ceiling that one can recognise from far is the Helsinki Cathedral. Originally known as St Nicholas’ Church before Finland’s independence in 1917, it was constructed from 1830 to 1852 in honour of Grand Duke of Finland, Tsar Nicolas I of Russia. Helsinki Cathedral in the neoclassical style is another brainchild of Carl Ludvig Engel who also planned the Aleksanterinkatu street. The cathedral is still in service for religious worship and a popular venue for weddings.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Helsinki Lux Helsinki Cathedral
Photos: Kerttu

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Helsinki Cathedral in Helsinki Lux Light

In the coldest winter month of January, the annual Lux Helsinki light art festival illuminates the street and some well-known monuments in stunning and magical colourful sights for 5 days. The event uses an array of light artwork to induce a spectacular background on the facades and outdoor places. Visitors can admire the light installation from 5 pm to 10 pm nightly. It is surely a top place to visit in Helsinki in winter for some stunning photography shots.


⑱ Helsinki City Museum | Helsingin Kaupunginmuseo

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Helsinki City Museum
Photo: Maija Astikainen / Helsinki City Museum

Towards the end of the Aleksanterinkatu street is the Helsinki City Museum situated in the oldest blocks of the city near the Senate Square. If you want to know all about the captivating capital of Finland, the Helsinki City Museum is the right place to visit in Finland. Walk the life and experiences in Helsinki with a collection of 450,000 objects and one million photographs that through the transition of time. Learn the history and everything focusing on Helsinki.

The museum also has a children’s corner and interactive activities for kids. Therefore, it would be a lot of fun for the family. It also has a good spot for taking a picture of the Helsinki Cathedral. Monday might be the best time to visit the Helsinki City Museum for tourists because many places of interest are closed on Monday. The museum is open every day from 11 am to 7 pm on weekdays and closes at 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Free entry.


⑲ Market Square Helsinki | Kauppatori

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Market Square Helsinki Kauppatori

Located towards the South Harbour at one end of the Esplanade Park (Esplandi) is the Helsinki Market Square. It is a famous Finnish market hall identified with prominent orange tents for every stall. The best time to go to the Market Square Helsinki is in the beginning of October where the Herring market will be held annually at the Market Square since 1743.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Market Square Helsinki Finland
Can you spot a bird flying?

Over here, you can sample tasty Finnish food like reindeer meat, salmon soup and shop for local handicrafts and souvenirs. The Helsinki Market Square operates from Monday to Saturday from 6.30 am. On the weekday, it ends at 6 pm and 4 pm on Saturday. Usually, it does not open on Sunday. However, during summer, the market runs from 10 am to 5 pm.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Orange Tents at Helsinki Market Square Kauppatori

During winter, there will be heaters inside the tent to ensure maximum comfort for the customers. As a form of tradition, there is a display of old American cars on the first Friday of every month. Mark the Market Square as one of the top things to do in Helsinki. Nonetheless, since it is a tourists’ spot, the prices may be on the high side.


⑳ Uspenski Cathedral

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Uspenski Cathedral Helsinki
Photo: Mariam

Crossing over to the Katajanokka peninsula district from Helsinki is the Uspenski Cathedral characterised by its brownish-red brick facade and contrasting 33-metres light green dome roof atop a hill. The Uspenski Cathedral is said to be the largest Orthodox Church in the North and Western Europe. The cathedral was built from 1862 to 1868 after the death of the Russian church architect, Aleksey Gornostayev. On the back of the Upenski Cathedral is a plaque in tribute to the Russian Emperor Alexander II, who was the ruler of the Grand Duchy of Finland during the cathedral’s construction.

A remnant of the Russian Empire in Finland, Uspenski Cathedral has a conspicuous high ceiling, impressive chandeliers and houses several valuable icons and treasures. There were theft cases of Icons and jewellery in the past. Fortunately, some were recovered. The entrance is free and closed on Monday and during ceremonies. The opening hours are Tuesday to Friday from 9.30 am to 4 pm, Saturday 10 am to 3 pm and Sunday from 12 to 3 pm.


㉑ Helsinki Skywheel and SkySauna

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Helsinki SkyWheel SkySauna
Photo: Anastasia Borisova

Also located in In the Katajanokka district and 5-minutes walk from Uspenski Cathedral, Skywheel offers an opportunity to oversee the breathtaking Helsinki city centre, nearby islands or the passing ships from a height of 40 metres in a Ferris wheel. A ride on the Skywheel costs €12 for adults and €9 for children. A standard cabin can take up to 8 people and a VIP-cabin with leather seats can fit 4 people.

Skywheel introduces a new experience that you cannot find anywhere in the world! Hint: What is the favourite pastime of Finnish people? Yes, Sauna! Original SkySauna is the latest luxury for pampering yourself in the sky with a tranquil sea view and a hot spring hot tub on the ground. Skywheel recommends it as an extraordinary atmosphere aside from the traditional sauna. Prices start from €240 per hour for 1 to 4 people. SkyWheel Helsinki is open seven days a week starting 11 am. On Saturday, it starts from 10 am.


㉒ Fortress of Suomenlinna

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Fortress of Suomenlinna
Photo: Jori Samonen

Fortress of Suomenlinna is a national highlight and part of the UNESCO World Heritage List too. The commencement work of the Suomenlinna fortress in 1748 was an initiation by the Swedish Parliament as a protection against Russian expansionism under the Swedish name ‘Sveaborg’ (or ‘Viapori’ in Finnish). In May 1918, the fortress was renamed Suomenlinna (Castle of Finland) after Finland’s independence in 1917. Till date, it is an emphasis in Helsinki tourism and attracts a lot of visitors.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Suomenlinna Fortress Cannon Gun
Photo: Jori Samonen

How to get to Suomenlinna? The maritime fortress is accessible by ferry service or a water bus service during the summer. During the cold winter, visitors can experience the trip in an ice-covered water which is an unforgettable moment.


㉓ Last Finnish Vesikko Submarine

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Finnish Vesikko Submarine in Suomenlinna Sea Fortress

One of the more remarkable Helsinki attractions in Suomenlinna is the last submarine in Finland, Vesikko. Launched in 1933, Vesikko was one of five submarines to serve in the Finnish Navy when Finland bought it in 1936. After the Finnish Winter and Continuation Wars from 1939 to 1944, Vesikko was the only Finnish submarine that survived the fate of being scrapped. After much renovation, Vesikko was open to the public in July 1973 as an exhibit of the Military Museum in Suomenlinna. It preserves the memory of naval warfare globally.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Royal Line Helsinki Sightseeing Cruise

Vesikko submarine is open daily until 31 October 2017 from 11 am to 6 pm. Entrance fee is €7 and includes admission to the Military Museum. You can also see Vesikko by taking a sightseeing cruise boat from Royal Line around the fortress without going to the Suomenlinna island. The sightseeing cruise ticket starts from €12 onwards for 45 minutes.


㉔ Design Museum Helsinki | Designmuseo

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: Design Museum Helsinki | Designmuseo
Photo: Mahlum / Wikimedia Commons

On return from the Suomenlinna Fortress, you can visit the Design Museum Helsinki which is 10 to 20 minutes of walking from the harbour. The neo-Gothic style Design Museum is more than 140 years old since 1978. Moreover, it is also one of the oldest museums in the world with a collection of over 75,000 objects, 45,000 drawings and 125,000 photographs.

The original collection by the Finnish Society of Crafts and Design was In 1873. Design Museum Helsinki also exhibits their collection worldwide. Ticket costs €10 for adults. The opening hours are from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am and close on Monday. During summer, it opens daily and closes at 6 pm.


㉕ St. John’s Church Helsinki | Johanneksenkirkko

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: St. John Church Helsinki | Johannes Church | Johanneksenkirkko
Photo: BeeFortyTwo / Flickr

Another neo-Gothic architectural style designed in Stockholm in 1891, St. John’s Church Helsinki is the largest Lutheran stone church in Finland with a 2,600 seating capacity. Also known as ‘Johannes Church’, it has noticeable twin spires from far and an incredible church hall design which is a reason to visit this Helsinki attraction.

Helsinki Attractions and Top Things to Do in Helsinki Finland: St. John Church Hall Helsinki | Johannes Church Hall | Johanneksenkirkko
Photo: Ted McGrath / Flickr

The St. John’s Church also has excellent acoustic which made is a top choice for a wedding venue, special events and ceremonies. Johanneksenkirkko is open from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 3 pm, on weekends when there are special functions.


Poll – Your Favourite Helsinki Points of Interest

Show others what you like! If you have read this far, let’s have a quick survey. Select 5 to 12 Helsinki attractions that are your favourite destinations or on your list of must-visit points of interest if you have never been there. Participation is anonymous. Let’s have some fun!

* The result will be shown after the vote.

Poll: What are your favourite Helsinki attractions in Helsinki?

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