Cultural centres

In city centre

An arts centre for children and young people in Kamppi. Annantalo is a multi-arts centre that offers art education, exhibitions and public events. The centre cooperates closely with schools and daycare centres.
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International cultural centre in Kaisaniemi. Caisa’s offering focuses on multicultural events and courses that provide information and diverse cultural experiences.
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A venue for both Finnish and international performers. Savoy Theatre is especially known for world music.
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Western and Northern Helsinki

The cultural centre of Western Helsinki. The Kanneltalo concert hall focuses on music but also offers dance, theatre and cultural events for children.
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The cultural centre of Northern and Northeastern Helsinki. The Malmitalo programme includes a wide range of concerts, exhibitions, film, dance and theatre.
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Eastern Helsinki

The cultural centre of Eastern and Southeastern Helsinki. Stoa’s specialties are high-level Finnish and international contemporary dance and contemporary circus.
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A cultural centre in Vuosaari. Vuotalo strives to offer something for everybody. The programme includes concerts, performances for children, film, theatre and exhibitions.
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Other venues

Villa Eläintarha
A residence in Hakaniemi for international artists. The ground floor is open to the public, furnished in the style of an upper-middle-class home from the late 19th century.
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Espa Stage
Helsinki’s busiest summer venue located in the Esplanade Park. Free concerts, dance and other cultural events from the beginning of May to the end of August.
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Harakka Island
Studios for artists and artisans just off the Kaivopuisto Park. The artists organize exhibitions on the island in summer.
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