Meilahti manor is located in Meilahti district in Helsinki.
Le Grenier is a french bakery-café in Meilahti, which serves handmade French bakery products and delicacies. Lunch is served Monday to Friday.
Sound Art Gallery Akusmata is a gallery for sound art, sound installations, interactive sound works and sound-based media art and video art.
Terkko Health Hub is a startup community, a co-working area and an event space focused on health and life sciences.
Restaurant Meiccu in Meilahti serves classic Finnish dishes, such as vorschmack, fried herring and stew.
Mullikka on Mannerheimintie is a craft beer bar specializing in Finnish microbrewery beers with a genuine local bar atmosphere. A wide selection of Finnish microbrewery beers, with 6 taps dedicated to Finnish microbreweries and a vast selection of bottled beers. Also hamburgers and other specialties.
At the Open-Air Museum of Seurasaari the traditional Finnish way of life is displayed in the cottages, farmsteads and manors of the past four centuries that have been relocated from all around Finland. The museum consists of buildings from the different provinces of Finland. Relocated to Seurasaari Island, they give an overall view of the life in Finnish countryside from the 18th to the 20th century.
A cosy, modern 11-storey hotel in Meilahti in Helsinki with excellent transport connections. Magnificent views, modernly fresh rooms and a popular restaurant guarantee a relaxing stay.
The stylish and modern rooms cater for all needs. It is possible to view the bustling city life from all the rooms, and the top floor rooms boast magnificent views over Helsinki. Some rooms also have a bathtub, and there are rooms with extra beds for larger parties. The hotel has more than 30 rooms implemented in accordance with the Easy to Move concept of Invalidiliitto (The Finnish Association of People with Physical Disabilities).
The hotel's saunas are heated daily and children have fun in the comfortable play area. There's also a 24/7 shop available, a convenient self-service laundry and free Wi-Fi in all areas.
On the grounds of the former Meilahti Manor, between the Johannesbergintie and Meilahdentie streets and in a valley between three rocky outcrops lies Meilahti Arboretum. Covering more than three hectares, this peaceful and lush park presents over 300 varieties of trees and shrubs. The arboretum was founded by the Park Unit of the Public Works Department in 1967 as an educational park for everyone interested in plants. Accordingly, the trees and shrubs are identified by nameplates.
Meilahti Arboretum also features a Rosarium presenting a collection of shrub roses.
In Meilahti sports park it is possible to play eg. Finnish baseball, petanque or basketball and do other sports activities.