Restaurant Adlerfelt is housed in a magnificent 250-year-old building in the world's most beautiful World Heritage Site, Suomenlinna.
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.
Tokuyûan, the first traditional Japanese tea room in Finland, is located in the Virtue Bastion on Susisaari island at Suomenlinna fortress island. The Japanese tea art chadô is studied here and practised in tea ceremonies.
There are open events approx. once a month.
Lonna's restaurant serves high-quality seasonal dishes with a modern take on traditional island cuisine. The restaurant strives to use mostly Finnish ingredients, favoring organic and locally grown produce.
Cafe Silo in Suomenlinna is located near the ferry pier. The café offers delicacies baked on site, special coffees and soup of the day. The small terrace in front of the café is the perfect place for admiring life at the fortress.
The Tourist information in Suomenlinna is open all year round and is located at the pink Jetty Barracks building right by the HSL ferry quay. The Tourist information provides visitors with tips for the visit and gives information on the services available and events taking place at Suomenlinna. There is also a free Suomenlinna brochure available in nine languages (Finnish, Swedish, English, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese) at the Suomenlinna Tourist information. A free introductory exhibition provides the visitor with good background information about the fortress.
Suomenlinna Centre is located in a central place on the islands of the Suomenlinna Sea Fortress.
Harakka is located between the islands of Särkkä and Uunisaari by the Kaivopuisto park. The previously closed island, which had been in use by the Finnish Defence Forces, was opened to the public in 1989 and is now a popular recreational area. Harakka island offers a unique excursion destination, studios for artist and artisans, experiences in the form of art and nature exhibitions as well as meeting facilities.
The Nature House of the City of Helsinki is also located on the island. It offers visitors encounters with nature, activities, and information on the Baltic Sea, maritime nature and sustainable living.
There is a kilometer-long nature trail on the island. A mobile route map on the nature trail can also be found on the internet (citynature.eu/en/location/harakka-2/)
The connection ferry in summertime departs from Kaivopuisto park, from the Ullanlinna pier, next to Café Ursula.
Särkkä is a small island outside Kaivopuisto park, northwest of Länsi-Mustasaari. Särkkä is part of Suomenlinna, and a part of the Suomenlinna fortress is also located here. Särkkä was built to defend one of the passages to Helsinki, the Särkänsalmi narrow. The construction began in 1749, and the first part of the fortress was ready already in the 1750's.
The island is 250m wide, and is located approx. 500m outside the mainland, outside the shore of Kaivopuisto park. Särkkä is nowadays being used by the yacht club Merenkävijät ry. There's also a summer restaurant, the restaurant Särkänlinna.
A connection boat runs in summer from the Ullanlinna pier, next to the Café Ursula in Kaivopuisto park.