Location and transportation
Finlandia Hall is closed for renovation from 2022-2024. The new, magnificent wooden Little Finlandia is located next to the Finlandia Hall, in a scenic park on the shores of Töölönlahti Bay.
Finlandia Hall is closed for renovation from 2022-2024. The new event center Little Finlandia opened it’s doors on 1.3.2022, by the sea at Karamzininranta 4. Little Finlandia is located in a scenic park on the shores of Töölönlahti Bay. Easy transport connections from the airport, bus and train stations. Tram and bus stops are in the immediate vicinity of the house. The city center is within walking distance, and there are several parking garages for those arriving by car.
Arrival instructions and parking
Little Finlandia’s street address is Karamzininranta 4, 00100 Helsinki. Trams 4 and 10 stop on Mannerheimintie; Hesperia Park stop and National Museum stop. The taxi stand at Pikku Finlandia is located on the Karamzininranta side.
Parking arrangments at Finlandia Hall
Next to the Finlandia building there is a parking garage, Aimo Park, with the following lift connections: Karamzininranta 2 and the elevator hall of the Finlandia Hall building (closest to Little Finlandia). The drive to the parking garage takes place via Karamzininranta.
Parking is available for a fee, and the 650-space car park is operated by Aimo Park.
Parking can also be paid for by credit card without a ticket as follows; insert the credit card into the parking meter at the entrance, when driving into the parking area. When driving out, insert the same credit card into the machine. You can get a receipt by pressing the receipt button.
For more information, call 020 781 2400. Marked parking spaces for people with reduced mobility are located in the parking garage at Aimo Park. Aimo Park offers 2 hours of free parking for war veterans and people with reduced mobility. The ticket can be obtained from Little Finlandia’s lobby at the service Point.
The main entrance from the side of Töölönlahti Park, a colonnade from the terrace, in the middle of Little Finlandia. North entrance from the end of Töölönlahti, from the terrace of Finlandia Cafe&Wine.