Our adventure to Linnanmäki, an amusement park in Helsinki was lot’s of fun. It was our first time and we loved it. It’s quite a small park comparing to others around the world. However, still has it’s charm and attractions for different ages.
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If you travel to Helsinki and have an extra time, it’s worth it the visit. Specially if you like adventure games and have no problem with height. The view from up the elevator is one of the bests I have experienced. I’ve done a basic travel guide for 5 days in Helsinki with other attractions. You can check it out for more information.
The park opened in 1850 and is the oldest one in Finland. The Children’s Day Foundation owns it and they are the ones who maintain it to receive the funds.
We got 4 tickets from friends and went a few days before it closed for the winter! It was a pity the weather didn’t help. It was too cold already and we didn’t manage to stay long.
It’s a great outing for spring to fall and it usually opens from April to October. Every end of season they have fireworks at night during the last week. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to see them.
It is very easy to get to Linnanmäki. It’s near the city center in Alppila district and you can see some rides from far away as it’s a higher part of the city. At the same address you will find the city aquarium – Sea Life – which opens every day. The prices depend on what you prefer. The day pass costs €39 and the single ride, €8.
Surely, we will have to go again next year! Do you enjoy riding roller coasters and any kind of adventure games?
Lili is half Peruvian, half Brazilian, a dreamer Pisces kind of girl, curious, life lover and travel addicted! She`s been to 53 countries, loves to explore different cultures and to travel to the most unusual destinations. Currently lives in Finland, is a monthly columnist for the website Brasileiras pelo Mundo (a Brazilian platform of expat women) and founder of Hey, I am Lili. She believes that the most important things in life are to laugh out loud, a good wine and people she loves always around anywhere in this world!