Cable Factory

https://www.kaapelitehdas.fi/
Matko ID
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<p>Cable Factory (Kaapelitehdas), situated in Ruoholahti district, is one of the largest cultural centres in Finland.</p>
<p>Once an industrial complex producing rubber and marine cables, the centre now offers lots to do, see and experience for everybody interested in culture. </p>
<p>Drop into the museum, be impressed by the dancing, get caught up in the activities, enjoy a festival, savour a snack and be inspired by the freedom of doing all kind of things.</p>
<p>Cable Factory houses e.g. three museums (Finnish Museum of Photography, Theatre Museum and Hotel and Restaurant Museum), galleries, dance theatres, restaurant Hima &amp; Sali, art schools, artists, bands and companies active in the creative industry. Dance House Helsinki opened its doors next to Cable Factory in February 2022.</p>
<p>The rented spaces are used for festivals, seminars, fairs, concerts and exhibitions all year round.</p>
<p>Cable Factory’s Konttori is the heart and living room of the house and it offers a pleasant stop-off point for all visitors.</p>
<p>Cable Factory’s new covered lobby and main entrance the Glass courtyard is a unique space in Helsinki. Inside there is an info point, ticket sales and a factory shop.</p>

Kaapeliaukio 3
00180
Helsinki

60.161613464355, 24.904058456421

Opening hours
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Saturday: 0:00-24:00