Seurasaari is a popular museum island

The wooden buildings at the Open-Air Museum represent Finnish building traditions from the 18th to the 20th century. Built in 1685, the Karuna Church is one of the most popular venues in Helsinki for summer weddings. During the summer season various workshops and events are organised at the museum presenting traditional handicrafts, customs and folklore. Folk dancing performances are also held in summertime.

Traditional Midsummer Eve celebrations and bonfires are held each year at Seurasaari. Fun family events are also held on the island during the Christmas, Epiphany and Easter holidays. The Restaurant Seurasaari serves visitors throughout the year. Across the bridge from the island on the mainland is the entrance to the Urho Kekkonen Museum Tamminiemi. Halfway along the bridge, a path leads to the Pukkisaari ancient village.

Seurasaari Open-Air Museum

open: June to August, Mon-Sun 11am-5pm 15–31 May and 1–15 September, Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm Admission to Open-Air Museum: €8/6, children under 7 free of charge Access to the island is free of charge.

Café Mieritz

open: 15 May to 15 August, Mon-Tue 12noon–5pm and Wed-Sun 11am-7pm 16 August to 14 May, Sat-Sun 12noon-5pm The kiosk at the Festivities Area is open all year on weekends and public holidays 11am–4pm
To get there, take Bus 24 from Erottaja next to Svenska Teatern