This worthwhile labour museum has a variety of changing exhibitions covering social history and labour industries. The permanent...
Tampere’s industrial era began with Scot James Finlayson, who established a cotton mill by the Tammerkoski in the 1820s. Later it grew...
The Labour Museum is dedicated to the history of working and of workers’ movements, with a variety of changing exhibitions covering...
Plevna in the Finlayson centre is the main venue for the film festival. Films are in original language with subtitles.
Inside the Finlayson Centre, this barn of a place offers a wide range of delicious beer, cider and perry brewed here, including an...
Satakunnankatu 18 · interesting places nearby
The offbeat spy museum under the Finlayson Centre offers a small but well-assembled display of devices of international espionage, mainly from the Cold War era. As well as histories of famous Finnish and foreign spies, it has numerous Bond-style gadgets and some interactive displays. English translations are slightly unsatisfying. For €5 extra, kids can take a suitability test for KGB cadet school.