The café is open during the museum’s opening times!
You will find delicious savoury and sweet treats, snacks, meals and other refreshments in the café. In the old-style shop you can buy sweets, games, postcards and artefacts made by craftsmen.
The café is available for hire for conferences and celebrations. The venue sits 50 people and includes a charming yard. Please contact us for more information!
The café-shop Omena ja Kaneli is located in the Kylämäki Village in the main building of the former Vähä-Rasi farm.
The workshop, the Iso-Kohmo house and the old henhouse are wheelchair accessible.
An accessible toilet can be found at the workshop.
There is accessible parking in the café parking lot, on the yard of Iso-Kohmo and by the workshop. To access these parking spaces you need to take Hämeentie to the Kuramäki Village.
Turku's Sports Park is situated at the city center along the east bank of the Aurajoki river. The area is not just for sports and exercise, but the park is also a substantial recreational area with cultural and historical value.
The Sports Park is used by a variety of sports teams and clubs as well as by individual athletes. The sports facilities are meant for both exercise and competition use.
Facilities at the Sports Park:
The Rowing and Canoeing Centre offers its services for everyone who is interested in rowing or canoeing. The rowing and canoeing clubs at the centre have equipment for rent and they also organize rowing and canoeing courses.
Service and contact information of the clubs operating at the Rowing and Canoeing Centre can be found from their respective websites.
Rowing and Canoeing Centre centre on the map
In Turku you can swim all year around. During the summer you can swim and practice water sports at the beaches and outdoor swimming pools. Impivaara's swimming hall offers versatile possibilities for water sports. Impivaaras's swimming hall is the largest swimming hall in Finland based on its swimming pool area.
Petrelius swimming pool has everything you need for water sports, exercise and refreshment.
The swimming hall has:
These rules are our way of ensuring that all guests have a safe and enjoyable visit. Please observe all pool rules, personnel instructions, cleanliness and good manners.
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Below is the price list for renting Sports and Exercise facilities. The prices include 10% VAT.
Non-sporting events are allowed only with a final protocol from the Sports Services Director. Prices for non-sporting events follow price group 3 (cost price, includes 24% VAT).
Indoor sports and exercise facilities
Price group 1
Price group 2
Price group 3
Below you can see the application times for regular time slots for season 2018–2019. You should send your application well before the deadline, so that we can start allocating the time slots on schedule. We will process belated applications only after we have processed the applications that arrived on time.
Within the application period
You may book both regular and single practise times at the City's sports and exercise
facilities. Please check the bookings calendar (in Finnish) at each sports facility for
Times are booked by filling out an application form at the Sports Services Centre
Customer Service Point or electronically via the Internet.Bookings can't be made by
Application form for a regular practise time (in Finnish)
Sand fields are classified into two categories according to their size: Small sand fields (max. 40x60 m) and big sand fields. The big sand fields comprise of small fields for small-sided games (min.40x60) and big fields (min. 45x95). Turku has 21 small sand fields (max. 40x60), 32 sand fields for small-sided games (min. 40x60) and 8 big sand fields. During the winter some fields are frozen for ice skating. The fields are covered with either sand or stone dust.
All the courts where baseball can be played are listed below. It is possible to reserve time slots for the courts.