During the summer of 2021 you can run into artists from different fields of art in the Adventure park area! On the weekdays, Seikkis’ own Park Artists Karkki, Nella and Minka come up with all sorts of exciting creative experiences and adventures to participate in. In general, park artists can be encountered between 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm, but they don’t have a specific schedule so the encounters remain surprises!
In addition, various different visiting artists can be seen in the Adventure Park.
15.7. klo 11-13.30 Hattujahdin Kana
Café Navigare is an inviting summer café on the back deck of the ship, with a view to the riverside landscape of the Aura River.
The café serves fresh pastries, savoury snacks and refreshing beverages.
Navigare’s deck areas on both sides of the ship are used as a café terrace. They are also licenced areas for serving alcoholic drinks.
S/S Bore’s summer cafe Café Navigare is open again in summer 2021. Opening hours are Tue – Sat from 2pm to 8pm. Summer café Navigare will be closed during the winter.
We look forward to seeing you!
Open June 9 – July 30
Pollution-free puttering in pedal cars in the super-popular Traffic Town! Come test your own driving skills. You can also rent your own Safari Car for pedaling all around Kupittaa Park.
Traffic Town 3 € / 20 min (5 minutes briefing and 15 minutes driving).
Driving times start every 30 minutes and are reserved in advance from Traffic Town info point
Last car departs at 4:45pm
The Playground area
Adventure park Seikkailupuisto’s playground area has plenty of swings, climbing frames and other play equipment. The area is always open and free of charge.
The Mushroom Fountain
The Mushroom Fountain is under renovation, but will hopefully be opened during the summer. We will inform about the reopening as soon as it is possible. There are streams to wade in in the park.
Theatre music playschool
Theatre music playschool is a shared activity for kids and grown-ups that's all about doing things together, play and singing, playing and listening to music. Language: Finnish
Duration: 30–45 min.
2.50 € / child or one stamp on the Multipass
For all ages
Ticket sales: Adventure Park info
Fairy tale adventure
A play adventure within the Adventure Park area. Language: Finnish
Open June 9 – July 30
(Exceptions: June 24 open 10am-3pm, June 25 closed)
Phone: +358 (0)40 186 8718
The info point serves visitors between the Adventure house and The Studio canopy. We will be happy to help you with any questions you might have. We accept cash and debit/credit cards. We do not accept any bills in denominations higher than 20 euros.
- Activity point tickets, excluding Traffic Town and Safari Cars (separate ticket sales in Traffic Town)
- Lost and found
- First aid supplies
The Adventure Park area is always open and free of charge. The park has a large number of swings, climbing structures and other playground equipment, which can also be used outside normal park hours.
Adventure Park is located on the outer edge of the expansive Kupittaa Park, close to the Kupittaa railway station. It is roughly two kilometres from the Market Square.
Located on the edge of Kupittaa Park, Adventure Park is an activity centre for children and families alike. Adventure Park is part of the national network of children's culture centres . Since its opening in 1982, Adventure Park has served as a provider of children's culture. Regularly changing theatre performances, participative events and workshop activities are the cornerstones of Adventure Park operations. Adventure Park is part of City of Turku Youth Services.
Whether you want a new look, or just a beard trim, hairdressing and barber services students are available on reservation. We provide services for men, women and children.
We are located at the Aninkainen campus, Aninkaistenkatu 7, entry through the Nahkurinkatu entrance.
We are open weekdays throughout the schoolyear
Tel. 02 2633 3135
You should check the validity of your vaccinations six months before your planned trip abroad.
You can get additional information about the vaccinations you need by calling the Vaccination Advice for Tourists help number +358 040 674 8822. The helpline is available on Wednesdays between 13.00 and 15.00. The helpline is closed during weeks 1, 8, 23–32 and 52.
Additional information about vaccinations and other health instructions for tourists are available in Finnish via the links on the right.
The Kylämäki Village in Kurala is a recreation and cultural area for the whole family to enjoy. You can explore the area any time of the year and stay for a picnic or get to know the endearing farm animals.
In the summertime you can learn about life on the farm in the 1950s with the guidance of a woman farmer. You can also participate in workshops and courses throughout the year, and during the summer you can watch work demonstrations and even try your own hand in farm work.