Huutokonttorin Kanttiini is at the same time a living room and a cocktail bar for the locals. The restaurant is named and furnished in the 1930's style, when the harbour workers used to meet each other in the same cantina during the working day. Nowadays, there are DJ's playing Finnish schlager during the weekends.
Remote-work and study place decorated in navy-style with adjustable electric tables as well as comfy armchairs. Tram-line goes nearby, bike can be left in front of the place or taken inside. Toilet and fridge for snacks. Many nice cafes and lunch-places nearby.
Selkämerenpuisto, Bothnian Sea Park, is located in Jätkäsaari. There's eg. a playground and a ball playing field in the park. And a quiet area with flowerbeds can be found in the northern section of the park.
Artist-run studio and exhibition space.
The Telakka Event Centre is one of the biggest event facilities in Helsinki.
The history if the property dates back to 1945 and it has served as a head quarter of a Finnish company as well as a shipbuilding dock.
Telakka provides a well-functioning venue for a variety of events. In addition to its versatile and adaptable spaces, Telakka Event Centre offers top-quality catering, event furniture and technology services.
PerformanceSirkus is a collective of professionals united for multi-artistic theatre found in 1996.
Contti is a summer bar-café located in Hernesaari by the sea. Occasional live music and DJ gigs.
Enjoy the sunny summer days by playing padel by the sea at the PadelCenter in Hernesaarenranta. Padel is a sport which combines features of both tennis and squash. Time slots are booked via the webpages. Also rackets can be booked at the same time if needed.
Kukkis is the first surplus flower shop in Finland, possibly in the whole world.
Kukkis receives their plants and flowers from plant supermarkets and grocery stores, where the amount of waste can be up to 40%, mostly ending up in mixed waste bins. By supporting the shop you actually concretely reduce the carbon footprint.
The Mental Museum located at the main building of the former Lapinlahti Hospital, a hospital for psychiatric care closed in 2008. The museum presents history and stories from the hospital, photos, objects used in the hospital and art work. The museum is run by the Pro Lapinlahti-mental health association.
In the building also a cafe and a lunch restaurant. In the area also eg. a sauna, handicraft shop, and a multi purpose space Venetsia.