Welcome to Suomenlinna! Enjoy the services, history, culture and outdoors in the beautiful sea fortress. On this page you will find latest information on the effects of the coronavirus situation in Suomenlinna.
Some services in Suomenlinna have opened up following the national government guidelines. Many restaurants, cafés, museums, and galleries are open, and you can enjoy the outdoors, along with the culture and sights to behold both inside and outside the beautiful sea fortress.
Services are now starting to be opened up following national government guidelines, as cafés and restaurants got to open their doors for customers on April 19, which means you can now get to enjoy good food and drinks in Suomenlinna too. You can enjoy the outdoors, along with the culture and many sights to behold both inside and outside the beautiful sea fortress.
As a neighbourhood of Helsinki, the same COVID-19 regulations apply to Suomenlinna as to the whole Helsinki Metropolitan Area. Read more about safety in Suomenlinna during COVID-19 from the news item. This news item will be updated when instructions become more specific along with the COVID-19 situation and the authorities’ guidelines.
Suomenlinna sea fortress offers services even during the Midsummer holidays. We invite you to come to Suomenlinna to visit museums, enjoy a good meal or come for a stroll in the beautiful surroundings and learn more about Suomenlinna’s colourful past.
Visit of Russian President affects traffic in Helsinki and in Suomenlinna on Wednesday 21 August. Market Square will be closed and HSL ferries to Suomenlinna depart from Katajanokka and water buses from Hakaniemi. Kustaanmiekka area is closed on 21st of August.
Due to the meeting between the presidents of Russia and the United States in Helsinki, the Market Square will be closed off to the public on Monday the 16th of July. Therefore, the waterbuses and ferries don’t run as usual to Suomenlinna. You can arrive to Suomenlinna from Katajanokka or from Hakaniemi. HSL’s service ferry from the […]
Much of Helsinki is quiet during Midsummer, but the majority of the services on Suomenlinna will continue to serve visitors throughout the holidays.