Café Blobba is a summer café and an outdoor terrace at Mustikkamaa, by the dockyard. Delicious lunch soups and pastries, together with a positive ambience and youthful and service minded staff.
Mustikkamaa is located south of Kulosaari, about 5 km from city centre. Mustikkamaa is a popular outdoor recreation area with eg. a beach, kiosk, café and restaurants and tennis courts as well as a summer theatre. Since 1964 a bridge has connected Mustikkamaa to Kulosaari. In 2016 a pedestrians bridge, Isoisänsilta, was opened from the new Kalasatama residential area to Mustikkamaa. The way to Helsinki zoo, Korkeasaari, is also through Mustikkamaa.
Marine Outdoors equipment rental at Mustikkamaa rents out kayaks, canoes, fishing kayaks, SUP boards, fatbikes and mountain bikes.
Also organized canoe tours, please see webpages for information. Pre-bookings for tours necessary.
Adventure park Korkee offers fun and adventure in Mustikkamaa (near Korkeasaari Zoo) on a high ropes adventure experience with treetop high wire, tricky crossings (using ladders, walkways, bridges and tunnels made of wood, rope and super-strong wire) and unforgettable zip lines. There are 3 courses suitable for children and 10 suitable for adults and over 100 tasks to clear. Minimum height is 90cm.
And when it is time for a short break from the adventure, visit the parks own café Kahvio Tikka.
At Mustikkamaa beach you can find the following services: cabins, toilets, showers, a kiosk and a weightlifting area.
The City of Helsinki supervises the beach during the swimming season.
Ylioppilasteatterin näyttämötoiminta siirtyy kesällä Mustikkamaan kesäteatteriin. Kesänäytelmän ensi-ilta on juhannuksen tienoilla, ja esitykset jatkuvat elokuun alkuviikolle. Väliajalla teatterivieraat voivat nauttia rantakallioilla buffet-tarjoilusta sekä alueen upeista maisemista. Avantgardistisen kulttuuritarjonnan lisäksi Mustikkamaa tarjoaa kävijälleen merellisen ympäristön uimarantoineen. Korkeasaaren eläintarha sekä korkeatasoinen kesäravintola Alia sijaitsevat teatterin välittömässä läheisyydessä.
This sculptural wooden structure is situated in the Helsinki Zoo at Korkeasaari island and was designed by architect Ville Hara as a graduation project (2002).
Helsinki Zoo is home to more than 150 animal species and almost 1000 plant species that show the diversity of nature. Helsinki Zoo is one of the few zoos located on an island. The zoo was established in 1889 which makes it one of the oldest zoos in the world. Helsinki Zoo also participates in the work to protect the habitats in the original homes of the various species. The rhino sign will take you to the animals that belong to the zoos' shared protection programme. On the island you'll also find a souvenir shop and cafés & restaurants.