Movie theatre

Tennispalatsi

Tennispalatsi (Tennis Palace) is a cultural and recreational centre in Kamppi. The functionalist building was designed by Helge Lundström. Originally, Tennispalatsi was built for a car and car part dealer and as a service station in 1937. The vaulted halls with their tennis courts were added a year later and for many years, Tennispalatsi was Finland's main tennis venue. In the 1952 Summer Olympics the basketball preliminary games were held at Tennispalatsi. During the years the building was determined to be torn down several times as it originally was built for temporary use. The building's suitability as a cultural centre was originally suggested in 1993 and extensive premises were planned for cultural purposes. Today the Tennispalatsi building houses eg. a Finnkino multiplex movie theatre and HAM-Helsinki City Art Museum.

Riviera

An independent movie theatre and bar in Kallio. Why not enjoy a glass of wine or a beer together with some snacks at the movies, or have a cocktail from the film inspired cocktail menu? With its 55 seats, this movie theatre is also suitable for private events.

WHS Teatteri Union

WHS Teatteri Union is an arthouse cinema and performing arts venue in Helsinki. The non-verbal performances and films presented in their original language with English subtitles provide unique experiences. The cozy theatre cafe serves before and after the events.

Finnkino Maxim

The oldest movie theatre in Finland, Maxim, opened again in February 2018.The traditional art house movie theatre has been renovated with respect for old traditions and the architecture of the movie theatre building. There's a total of 249 seats in the two auditoriums. Both auditoriums have comfortable armchairs with attached small coffee tables on the side, especially designed for this movie theatre. Besides the traditional popcorn, here you can also have a glass of wine or a beer, a cup of coffee or a small selection of tapas to go with the movie.

Flying Cinema Tour Of Helsinki

Flying Cinema Tour Of Helsinki -flying movie theatre is a state of art and first of its kind produced in the Nordic countries! This unique and incredible Helsinki ride takes you over and around to explore all the best sights of Helsinki, all in 10 minutes! Feel the wind in your hair, and mist upon your face, as you fly, sail, drive and stroll -over and through Helsinki 's historical sights, landmarks and leisurely spaces. Age limit is 5years+.

Cinema Orion

As one of the oldest cinemas in Helsinki, Orion is a beautiful art deco cinema, which opened its doors in 1927.

From the beginning of 2019 ELKE ry. is running the cinema, providing an active and diverse programme, eg. art house movies, classics and movies for children.

Orion was previously the stage for the National audiovisual institutes archives films. These screenings moved to Kino Regina at the new Central Library Oodi at the beginning of 2019.