Q: When/how can I see the Finlandia Hall Main Auditorium?
A: By participating in a) an event organised in the Main Auditorium or
b) a guided tour of Finlandia Hall.
Q: Is Finlandia Hall open to tourists and which parts of it can be visited free of charge?
A: Our main lobby and Café Veranda are open on weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and moving around in these spaces is free during opening hours.
Visiting other parts of the hall is only possible on a guided tour.
Q: Accessibility in the hall – Can physically impaired people access the Finlandia Hall Main Auditorium easily? Is it possible to go everywhere with a pram?
A: You can easily access the Main Auditorium and the balcony with the passenger lift located in our main lobby. Accessibility>
Q: Where can I park my car when coming to the hall? Does Finlandia Hall have its own parking spaces?
A: Unfortunately, Finlandia Hall does not have its own parking spaces. The closest parking facility is the underground car park managed by Q-Park next to the hall.
There is a direct underground connection from the underground car park to Finlandia Hall. Q-Park Finlandia>
Q: Can I come to Finlandia Hall if all I want to do is eat? Do you serve lunch? Is the restaurant open every day?
A: Café Veranda is open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The café offers small sweet and savoury snacks. The Finlandia restaurant produces restaurant services for all events organised at Finlandia Hall.
Q: Why don’t you have guided tours every day? Can I see the Main Auditorium without a guide?
A: The main function of Finlandia Hall is to serve as a congress and event centre, which means that we organise guided tours when our reservations allow.
Q: Can I take photos in Finlandia Hall?
A: Our main lobby and Café Veranda are open to the public and photography is allowed in these areas. Taking photographs in other areas or projects on a much larger scale should be negotiated separately in advance.
Q: Can I park in the yard with a disabled parking permit?
A: The closest parking facility is the underground car park managed by Q-Park next to the hall. You will also find disabled parking there.
Q: Which tram will take me to Alvar Aalto’s home?
A: Tram number 4. The closest stop is next to the National Museum.
Q: Can I park in the yard?
A: No, parking in the yard is not allowed. The closest parking facility is the underground car park managed by Q-Park next to the hall.