Malmitalo's versatile programme attracts people not only from Malmi, but from all districts of Helsinki to enjoy concerts, films, art and children's culture. The building also houses the Malmi Library, café-restaurant Malmitalo, the Helsinki Adult Education Centre and a total of four art schools for music, dance, visual arts and handwork.

Hotel Rantapuisto

The Hotel Rantapuisto main building was completed in the 1960's as a bank's training center in the middle of east Helsinki nature.

A lot has happened since then, but the hotel continues to communicate the era of interesting architectural features: it consists of several wings, rooms are large and glass corridors are wide. A number of gems from the 60's era remain such as interior lighting, fireplaces and original wooden ceiling structures. Rantapuisto's attraction is its location in a beautiful natural environment. The huge windows offer unobstructed view of the local nature and the sea.

There are 67 bright hotel rooms and 7 apartments. All rooms are non-smoking.

The comfortable and spacious 120-seat restaurant Furu is located on the first floor of the hotel. The space is decorated with a merry fireplace and big windows open to a gorgeous view over the Baltic Sea. Restaurant Furu's à la carte menu offers Finnish food originating from small producer's farms and from neighboring areas without leaving international classics behind.

Rantapuisto houses also 10 meeting rooms of various sizes and an auditorium.

Hotel Arthur

The private and cosy Hotel Arthur is located in Helsinki city center right next to the Central Railway Station. Helsinki's most prominent sights, large department stores, theaters and Casino Helsinki are all within walking distance of the hotel.

The history of Hotel Arthur takes us back to 1907, when the hotel was opened on Vuorikatu in a beautiful Art Nouveau building designed by architect Vilho Penttilä. The hotel has 203 individual rooms, 13 different room categories and a total of over 400 beds. Enjoy buffet breakfast, lunch and Bistro menu at the hotel restaurant Arthur. In addition, the 11 meeting rooms provide a contemporary setting for occasions of 2-250 people.

Heureka, the Finnish Science Centre

Science Centre Heureka is a lively exhibition centre for people of all ages. At Heureka you can experience and learn about science and technology in an exciting hands-on environment.

Planetarium, Science restaurant and Heureka Shop.

Heureka's exhibitions extend also outdoors in summer season. The Science Park Galilei, the bedrock exhibition, trail of useful plants and the Linnaeus gardens are also included in the general admission fee.

Tram Museum

Helsinki's oldest tram depot (from 1900) houses the Tram Museum, as part of Korjaamo culture centre in Töölö. The museum presents the history of trams in Helsinki from a passenger's point of view. At the Tram Museum, you can have a seat in an old tram that instantly transports you to the Helsinki of yesteryear.

Branch of the Helsinki City Museum.

Helsinki City Museum

The Helsinki City Museum is the world's only museum focusing on Helsinki. It is located in the oldest quarters of the city, at the corner of the Senate Square. It is a museum of everyday life, offering new perspectives to the history of the city, heart-warming details and many types of spaces and atmospheres. The permanent Helsinki Bites exhibition plunges into the history of Helsinki and collects shared memories of the past. In the Children's Town, generations meet and learn about the past by doing things together. The Time Machine offers time travel with the help of new technology. You'll also find a museum shop and café/wine bar El Fant in the building.

Cirko - Center for New Circus

Cirko, based in Suvilahti, is the only organisation of its kind in Finland. Cirko is closely involved in a variety of international networks, promotes the interests of the new circus sector in Finland and makes an active contribution towards the creation of a new and vibrant urban culture at its Suvilahti base. Cirko offers the public high quality and interesting contemporary circus and generates new productions.

Hotel Haaga Central Park

Hotel Haaga Central Park is a wellness hotel offering diverse services in the Haaga district by the Central Park of Helsinki. The hotel has 122 comfortable guest rooms, premises for various sizes of events and a wide range of meeting rooms for up to 240 people.

Wellness services are offered by the Fit Haaga fitness club, Day Spa Verso, a sauna and a swimming pool as well as extensive opportunities for outdoor recreation.

The room rates always include an abundant, fresh and varied buffet breakfast, use of the sauna, swimming pool and the gym as well as group fitness classes.

The hotel restaurant's dining philosophy is based on the Scandinavian pureness and freshness. The menu always includes local and organic food as well as vegetarian and low-fat options.