Top 6 Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In Finland

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There are few better places to spend your vacation than Finland–it is a little hidden gem boasting incredible landscapes that are second to none. While the country is small in size, you will be astonished by the number of things you can discover. For instance, its capital, Helsinki, is home to Suomenlinna, Helsinki Cathedral, the Sibelius Monument and the National Museum where you can trace Finnish history. After exploring the country, you can choose to admire the Northern Lights or go and spend time at one of the many amusement parks here. To have adrenaline-pumping fun during your time in this beautiful country, check out some of the top theme parks and amusement parks in Finland.

1. Tykkimäki (from USD 161)

If you are in Finland and looking for the perfect place where you can spend quality time with your family, then you should head to Tykkimäki. It is located in a beautiful natural environment in the middle of a forest landscape at Kouvola, Northern Kymenlaakso. The amusement park is considered to be one of the best in Finland thanks to its facilities which include 30 different rides, roller coaster, fancy restaurants, and kiosks. For those who love camping, there is also a camping site near Lake Käyrälampi. Free internet access, a bar with barbecue facilities, and free private parking are also available within the park.

Tykkimäki Camping

Address: Käyrälammentie 22

On-site parking Facilities for disabled guests Pets allowed Golf course (within 3 km) Air conditioning Private parking WiFi Available Free WiFi

2. Linnanmäki

Kirnu linnanmäki
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Matias Laine used under PUBLIC DOMAIN

Another amusement park in Finland worth checking out is Linnanmäki. The ark which is maintained by the Children’s Day Foundation is strategically located at the heart of Alppila, Helsinki and it features 40 amusement park facilities offering fun games activity, restaurants, and cafes. The most popular facility utilized at Linnanmäki is the wooden roller coaster which has been servicing visitors ever since 1951. By having fun at Linnanmäki, you will also be helping raise funds for Finnish child welfare work.


Address: Tivolikuja 1, 00510 Helsinki, Finland

Website: Linnanmäki

3. PowerPark

Powerpark Junker 2
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Roopeank used under CC BY-SA 4.0

Finland boasts countless amusement parks and if you have already visited the first two, PowerPark should be your next destination. At PowerPark, adults don’t have to sit and watch their children play–there are plenty of fun activities suitable for both adults and children such as indoor karting, mini-golf, an equestrian centre, and roller coasters. At the premises, you will also find a wellness centre, comfy accommodation options, a gift shop, free internet access, and a secure parking space. To make sure that the memories created here last for a lifetime, it is always advised to bring your camera along


Address: Puistotie 3, 62300 Kauhava, Finland

Website: PowerPark

4. Nokkakivi Park

Cyclon at Nokkakivi
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Antti Leppänen used under CC BY 4.0

If you happen to be in Lievestuore, Finland, the best amusement park you can find in the area is Nokkakivi Park. When it was opened in 2007, Nokkakivi instantly became popular among families with kids thanks to the traditional, nostalgic atmosphere, moderate prices, fun rides that are suitable for both adults and children, and the well-maintained garden perfect for picnics and photoshoot sessions.

Nokkakivi Park

Address: Ruuhimäentie 3, 41400 Lievestuore, Finland

Website: Nokkakivi Park

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 11am - 6pm (closed on Mon)

5. Särkänniemi

Särkänniemi - Trombi5
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Tiia Monto used under CC BY-SA 3.0

While listing down the best amusement parks in Finland, one must include Särkänniemi amusement park. Located just a kilometre (less than a mile) from Tampere centre, Särkänniemi features fun activities for children such as 3 water rides, 5 roller coasters, and 10 major rides. Additionally, if you choose Särkänniemi as your destination, you will be pampered with extra facilities such as an aquarium, a children’s zoo, an observation tower, a planetarium, and an art museum. Free parking space and access to the internet are provided but please note that the park is a no-smoking zone. Bring your kids along and watch them have fun.


Address: Laiturikatu 1, 33230 Tampere, Finland

Website: Särkänniemi

Opening hours: 24 hours (daily)

6. Suomen Tivoli Oy

Suomen Tivoli - Gravitron
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The last but not the least amusement park you cannot miss visiting anytime you are in Finland is Suomen Tivoli Oy. The amusement park might be one of the most underrated parks but it features some outstanding facilities including the traditional carousel, roller coaster, shooting range, Ferris wheel, and carriageway. If you would love to enjoy all the fun in your own private space, the park offers fairground equipment for private events at an affordable price. Dogs are welcome at the park as long as they are kept tethered. Additionally, smoking is permitted on the premises but only at the designated smoking areas which are marked with blue signs.

Suomen Tivoli Oy

Address: Tivolintie 4, 04360 Tuusula, Finland

Website: Suomen Tivoli Oy

Enjoy a weekend at Finland's amusement parks

Finland is a country that boasts idyllic natural beauty–but that doesn’t mean its manmade attractions aren’t reason enough to visit. Spend a weekend at one of Finlands theme parks and amusement parks to ensure your time here is every bit a blast.

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Irene Mwikali is a graduate student in Kenya who has a passion for travelling and exploring the world. Currently, her love for travel has taken her to several destinations including South Africa,...Read more

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