Helsinki-Finnish Architecture

Helsinki Music Centre

AddressMannerheimintie 13a 00100 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0) 20 707 0400

Helsinki Music Centre provdes a range of music activities. The building is significant for architecture domain.

Helsinki Olympic Stadium

AddressOlympiastadion, 00250 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 436 6010

The Olympic Stadium was built in 1938. The Olympic Games were held in 1952 in Helsinki.

Helsinki Hall of Culture

AddressSturenkatu 4 00510 Helsinki
Phone00358 (0)9 7740 2711

Helsinki Hall of Culture was built by architect Alvar Aalto. The venue hosts conferences, galas, trade fairs and concerts.

Friends of Finnish Handicraft

AddressVilhonvuorenkatu 11 A 4, 4th floor FI-00500 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)10 338 7410

Gifts, interior design items such as rugs are featured here.


AddressAnnankatu 5 00100 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 621 4611

Specializes in chairs, lighting and accessories etc.

Fiskars Forum

AddressFiskarsintie 9 10470 Fiskars, Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)19 2777 503

This historical area dates back to 1649. Today the village, is a center of Finnish arts and crafts.

Finnish National Opera

AddressHelsinginkatu 58 00250 Helsinki
Phone00358 (0)9 403 021

The building was buillt in the begining of 90s. It has a view over the sea. They have guided tours and allow bookings for private events.

Finlandia Hall

AddressMannerheimintie 13 e 00100 Helsinki
Phone00358 (0)9 4024 211

Designed by Alvar Aalto, and completed in 1971, Finlandia Hall is a must see Finnish architecture. The hall welcomes bookings for private events.

Design Museum

AddressKorkeavuorenkatu 23, Kaartinkaupunki, 00130 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 622 0540

The museum specializes on the development of industrial art, artistic handicraft and industrial design from the second half of the 19th century to the present day.

City Hall

AddressPohjoisesplanadi 11-13 FI-00170 City of Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 310 1641

The architecture dates back to 1833.

Central Railway Station

AddressAsema-aukio 00100 Helsinki

The station is used by 200,000 passengers per day, making it Finland’s most-visited building.

Bock House

AddressAleksanterinkatu 20 / Katariinankatu 4 00100 Helsinki

Historical art gallery from 1700s.

Alexander Theatre

AddressBulevardi 23-27 00180 Helsinki
Phone00358 (0)9 676 980

It is located in the former Finnish national opera building. The venue hosts stunning music and theatre performances.


AddressYrjönkatu 8 00120 Helsinki
Phone+358 (0)9 680 2185

The shop selss contemporary and historical design furnitures.

Academic Bookshop

AddressPohjoisesplanadi 39 FI-00100 Helsinki

This is an academic bookshop.