This stone observation tower is on the ridge of Pyynikki Park, and has a cafe serving delicious freshly made doughnuts. You can walk from the centre of town, or take westbound bus 15 (€3) to its terminus and walk back from there along the ridge.
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1. Amurin Työläismuseokortteli
An entire block of wooden houses – including 32 apartments in five residential buildings, a bakery, a shoemaker, a public sauna, two general shops and a…
2. Aleksanterin Kirkko
The beautiful Aleksanterin Kirkko has red brick and green spires and was named in honour of Tsar Alexander II.
3. Lenin Museo
There are few displays dedicated to the revolutionary leader here; rather, displays focus on the shared modern history of Finland and Russia. The…
4. Sara Hildénin Taidemuseo
Located in the Särkänniemi amusement park, this museum showcases a collection of international and Finnish modern art and sculpture amassed by Sara Hildén…
5. Särkänniemi Aquarium
The aquarium inside the Särkänniemi amusement park has limited information in English and isn’t especially memorable, with the Finnish fish (including…
6. Näsinneula Observation Tower
The 168m-high Näsinneula Observation Tower is in the Särkänniemi amusement park. This is the tallest such tower in these northern lands and that alone…
This promontory-set amusement park complex offers dozens of rides, an observation tower, art gallery, aquarium, farm zoo and planetarium. A one-day pass…
8. Finlaysonin Kirkko
The Finlaysonin Kirkko was built in 1879 as a place of worship for employees of the cotton mill and their families.