There are 44 different attractions and amusement arcades, kiosks, restaurants and an outdoor stage. Entrance is free for all, but to ride the rides you need to buy a wristband. There are 10 free rides for small children.
Cotton Candy school – the sweetest new addition to Linnanmäki can be found in Shop Caramelli. In Finland's first cotton candy school you get to test your own cotton candy making skills. Linnanmäki's own cotton candy masters will teach you how to spin the fluffy sugar into a sweet treat. Tickets are sold at the Cotton Candy School cashier.
In the Minimäki area you can have fun in many different kids' attractions and visit the café. Try the fun attractions Poppis and Propelli, and also the adventure track Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
The Games Vault lets you challange yourself and your friends with arcade games, for example the MotoGP motorcycle game and the fantastic Pac-Man Smash air hockey game.
Visit the Mexican restaurant Flores FreshMex, where you get to pick thre flavours of your meal.
10 free attractions
Linnanmäki offers 10 attractions that you can go for free, including the Panorama Sightseeing Tower that takes visitors to 53 meters height to admire Helsinki's scenery. See all the free attractions
Wristband is the same for all visitors regardless of length or age and gives access to all rides (with regard to security restrictions). The wristband is valid for one day during summer season.
- April 28th–September 3rd 2017
- September 6–10, 13–17, 23–24, 30th 2017
- October 1, 7–8, 12–22nd 2017
See opening hours
Tivoligränden 1, Helsinki
How to get to Linnanmäki
Linnanmäki is located in the Alppiharju district of Helsinki. The Main Gate is at Tivolikuja 1, which is on the Alppila side.
By bus and tram
- Tram 5 goes from the terminal to Helsinki Railway Station.
- Trolley line 3 runs from the railway station to Borgbacken's main gate (exit at Linnanmäki/Borgbacken stop). The tram line 9 also runs near Borgbacken's main gate (exit at Kotkagatan stop) and tram line 8 to the entrance at the Södra port (exit at Diakoniapuisto/Diakoniparken).
- Bus line 23 goes from platform 2 at the railway station (take off at Linnanmäki/Borgbacken stop).
Arriving by tram and bus
Tram line 3 runs to the Linnanmäki Main Gate from the Helsinki railway station (get off at the Linnanmäki/Borgbacken stop). You can also get close to the Main Gate on tram line 9 (alight at the Kotkankatu stop); tram line 8 takes you to the South Gate entrance (alight at the Diakoniapuisto/Diakoniparken stop).
The number 23 bus departs from platform 2 at the railway station (get off at the Linnanmäki/Borgbacken stop).
Parking space in the proximity of the Linnanmäki amusement park is very limited. Parking areas for cars can be found on the Alppila side, along Tivolitie Street. The parking fee is €2/hour. Accepted payment methods are coins, Credit and Debit cards, as well as the EasyPark and ParkMan services. Parking areas are subject to a charge 24 hours a day, on every day of the year. Parking areas are managed by AutoParkki Norden Oy.
Remote parking at Messukeskus and taking the Linja to Linnanmäki
The Linnanmäki Linja operates during the season between the Messukeskus exhibition centre remote parking area and Linnanmäki. Linja runs every day from June 22th to August 5th 2016. The price is EUR 11 per remotely parked car, cash only. (Includes a day's parking at Messukeskus and a return journey to Linnanmäki.)