Finlandia Hall is a dynamic, multipurpose venue located in the centre of Helsinki. Welcome to a concert, gala, meeting or other event.
Finlandia Hall is a dynamic, multipurpose venue located in the centre of Helsinki. Whatever the occasion – whether it’s a concert, a meeting, or one of our many other events – there’s always something happening at Finlandia Hall. You can find more information about things like FINLANDIA CAFÉ, Finlandia Gallery, Guided tours and how to get here in this section of our site.
FINLANDIA CAFÉ and Finlandia Gallery
Fantastic Alvar Aalto’s design and unique atmosphere. FINLANDIA CAFÉ is a completely unique place for lunch, coffee or a glass of champagne at the end of the working day. FINLANDIA CAFÉ is decorated with Alvar Aalto’s original furniture from Finlandia Hall. Boasting an authentic sustainable design, the café serves sweet and savory snacks, as well as a varied daily changing lunch. The exhibitions held at the Finlandia Gallery only add to the experience and are often a great reason to stop off at Finlandia Hall. Café & Gallery Veranda can be found on the Töölönlahti Bay side of the building.
Iconic architecture by Alvar Aalto
Finlandia Hall is one of the most iconic buildings designed by world-renowned Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto, and was planned from the ground up for visitors and a wide range of events. In addition to his overall vision for the building, Aalto designed many of its details, such as the lights and door handles, creating something very unique in the process. The building complements the surrounding park and forms an almost unbroken link with the local landscape. The interior includes many typical Aalto features, such as asymmetrical forms and natural materials and colors.
Guided tours are arranged regularly for the public. Details on these can be found here. Staff at the Service Point – located at the Entrance on Mannerheimintie, Doors M4 and K4 – can provide additional information on how you can get to know us better.
Tel. +358 (09) 40241
Aukioloajat ma-pe klo 9-18