Kimmoke Wristband

Who is it for?

The Kimmoke Wristband is meant for persons receiving basic income support and the following Kela benefits:

  • disability pension
  • labour market subsidy
  • basic unemployment allowance
  • rehabilitation subsidy

Please note that benefits granted by private insurance companies do not apply here.

Where to buy?

Additional information and feedback

With the Kimmoke Wristband you can speed up your free time on a budget. You are entitled to the Kimmoke Wristband if you receive certain benefits and you are a resident in Turku.


39€ / 6 months (+ 8€ payment for the Wristband when first purchased)
You must prove your eligibility for the benefit that entitles you to the Kimmoke Wristband. Take with you an ID card and either a positive benefit decision or payment declaration that is at most one month old at the time of purchase.


You can exercise with the Kimmoke Wristband at the locations listed below. Entrance before 15:30 during weekdays and according to normal opening hours during weekends.


Entrance to museums with the Kimmoke Wristband at certain times.

  • Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art Tue–Fri 13:00–16:00
    • Concerts at the Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Art on November 10 and December 8 at 19:00. Includes programme and coffee.
  • Biological Museum Tue–Fri 13:00–16:00
  • Turku Castle in November Tue–Fri 13:00–16:00
  • Entrance to Kylämäki Village on Skill Tuesdays. Includes coffee and bun. Sep 29, Oct 27, Nov 11 between 13:00 and 17:30. On December 15 13:00–21:00.
  • Turku Philharmonic Orchestra open dress rehearsals Sep 17, Oct 10, Nov 27 between 11:00 and 14:00 (one avec is permissible)

Benefits of Youth Services for under 29-year-olds

Invitations by text messages (SMS)

With the Kimmoke service you can get invitations to events, culture services, and ice hockey and football (soccer) matches. Sports experiences are offered by FC Inter, HC TPS, and TuTo Hockey. Exchange the text message (SMS) for a ticket according to instructions.