Helsinki-Churches

Vanha Kirkko

AddressLönnrotinkatu 6, Kamppi, 00120 Helsinki
Phone+358 9 234 06100

Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral

AddressKanavakatu 1 FI-00160 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)207 220 683

The largest orthodox church in Western Europe reflecting the Russian impact on Finnish history.

Töölö Church

AddressTopeliuksenkatu 4 FI-00260 Helsinki
Phone+358 9 2340 6321

Töölö church was built in 1930 and it was designed by prof. Hilding Ekelund (1893-1984). The church seats 500 persons.

The Cathedral Crypt

AddressKirkkokatu 18 00100 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 6121

The Church of St. John

AddressKorkeavuorenkatu 12 FI-00120 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 6122

St. John’s Church is designed in Neogothic style by the Swedish architect A. E. Molander and built in 1893. It is the biggest church in Helsinki.

Temppeliaukio Church

AddressLutherinkatu 3 FI-00100 Helsinki
Phone00358 9 2340 6320

Temppeliaukio Church is one of Helsinki’s most popular tourist attractions. The interior walls are created naturally by the rock. The church was designed by architects Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen and opened in 1969. Due to its excellent acoustics the church is a popular venue for concerts.

Töölön kirkko

AddressTopeliuksenkatu 4, Taka-Töölö, 00260 Helsinki
Phone+358 9 234 06320

Suomenlinna Church

AddressSuomenlinna FI-00190 Helsinki
Phone+358 9 2340 6126

Suomenlinna Church was built as a Russian Orthodox garrison church in 1854 and was converted into an Evangelical-Lutheran church in the 1920s.

Ruoholahti Chapel

AddressSelkämerenkuja 1 FI-00180 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 6125

Puotila Chapel

AddressPuotilantie 5 FI-00910 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 6421

Old Church

AddressLönnrotinkatu 6 FI-00120 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 6128

The Old Church (by C.L. Engel) was built in 1826 and was the first Lutheran church to be built after Helsinki became the Finnish capital. In the park are graves and memorials to Finnish and German soldiers who died in the Civil War of 1918.

Mikael Agricola Church

AddressTehtaankatu 23 FI-00150 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 6123

Karuna Church

AddressSeurasaari, FI-00250 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 4050 9660

Karuna Church was built in 1685 and moved to Seurasaari in 1912.

Kamppi Chapel of Silence

AddressSimonkatu 7, Narinkkatori FI-00100 Helsinki
Phone00358 (0)9 2340 2018

Kamppi Chapel of Silence.

Kallio Church

AddressItäinen Papinkatu 2 FI-00530 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 2340 3620

Kallio Church was planned by Lars Sonck in 1912. Jean Sibelius composed a melody for the bells.