Cinema Kino K13 provides service for film industry professionals and celebrates cinema culture by offering various screenings. The Finnish Film Foundation organizes monthly short film screenings with varying themes. The screenings are free of charge and subtitled in English. Also private screenings
Hotel Korpilampi in Espoo stands on the shores of beautiful Lake Korpilampi. The natural forests and cliffs around the hotel offer a unique opportunity for various activities as well as relaxation and recreation amidst nature.
Nature is also present inside the hotel. Nordic warm tones combined with magnificent nature photographs create a cosy atmosphere.
The hotel has 160 cosy rooms and serves individual business and leisure travelers as well as groups. Some of the hotel rooms offer amazing views to the forest or over Lake Korpilampi. All room rates include an abundant breakfast buffet, usage of the sauna and the pool area in the morning and evening, free parking, and high speed wireless internet access.
The á la carte restaurant serves menus prepared from the best Finnish ingredients of the season from local producers.
Originally the hotel was built as a conference hotel. Today the hotel auditorium, conference rooms and restaurant can cater events and conferences up to 350 persons.
At Suomenlinna sea fortress there are nine venues of different sizes and types available. The venues in the 18th century fortress and a Unesco World Heritage site are suitable for hosting variety of events such as seminars, conferences and banquets. The venues were originally part of the military fortification during the periods of Swedish and Russian rule, and were used as a gunpowder magazine, a granary, a church and a barracks. All the venues are within walking distance from the main quay.
Finnish Aviation Museum is a national special museum, which has civilian, military and glider planes and a wealth of other exhibits related to flying, such as engines, propellers, instruments, radio equipment and scale models.
Also museum shop and café.
Dipoli serves as Aalto University's main building ever since autumn 2017. As a building, it represents a new type of multi-purpose design that showcases the University's expertise, activities and people. Dipoli offers the entire Aalto community and its stakeholders meeting places and work spaces as well as event and exhibition facilities.
Dipoli was originally designed in 1966 by Raili and Reima Pietilä as the new university building for technology students. The bedrock and surrounding forest have inspired the sculptural copper and granite facade, which is a Finnish architectural gem.
The Museum of Technology tells the story of the relationship between time, people and technology. It preserves, researches, interprets and relays the history, present and future of Finnish technology and industry.
The permanent and special exhibitions of the museum are held in a delightful old industrial milieu on a beautiful stretch of river.
Free entry to The Museum of Technology on Thursdays.
Tamminiemi Villa is located in Meilahti adjacent to Seurasaari museum island on a beautiful park estate which used to be President Urho Kekkonen's official residence during his period in office between 1956 and 1981. In those days it was known as the centre of Finland's political and governmental life. Tamminiemi is furnished the way it was in Kekkonen's time in the 1970's. Museum shop and Café Adjutant.
The National Museum of Finland illustrates Finnish history from prehistoric times to the 19th century. The museum's unique exhibits tell of life from a period of over 10 000 years. Temporary exhibitions on current themes.
The National Museum building was designed by the Finnish architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. With its granite façade and steatite decoration, the building is one of Finland's most significant national-romantic works of architecture. The museum was opened to the public in 1916.
A café and museum shop are also located in the museum.
Free entrance to the museum on Fridays at 16.15-18.
Savoy Theatre is located in the heart of Helsinki, next to the Esplanadi park. International and Finnish stars, dance, music and theatre. Savoy Theatre is particularly known as a leading concert venue for world music.
Original Sokos Hotel Vantaa is an oasis providing a thousand types of atmosphere for entertainment and conference activities.