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Kamppi Chapel of Silence

Simonkatu 7, Helsinki 00100, Finland
+358 9 23402018
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Simonkatu 7, Helsinki 00100, Finland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Beautiful building, a good place to be far from the stress of the city and be in silence. All the people from the chapel was very useful.

Thank Sara M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My wife and came across the chapel by chance, it was a wonderful place to spend a short time in peace and quiet, and an opportunity to pray if you wished. Well worth a visit.

Thank ARL-Sydney
Reviewed yesterday

A very small and simple building but beautifully constructed and well woth a visit for a moments reflection.

Thank 06_BaR_06
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Interesting building to visit in the city centre. Beautiful from the inside and the atmosphere is relaxing and calm. But why is it that in a silent place everything starts to seem funny and you'd like to laugh? We didn't stay too long.

Thank mijoalka
Reviewed 3 days ago

We came to the chapel after visiting the Rock Church and hearing a concert there. The contrast was extremely powerful. Outside the chapel of silence there was a literal rock concert being performed in the square. Once we stepped inside and the door closed, all...More

Thank Nieuwezijds
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Chapel of Silence is a space every city should have. It's a very understated space with natural lighting that is meant for meditation or prayer. The architecture is simple and beautiful with stained wood on the exterior and natural Finnish wood on the interior....More

Thank Travelbug1155
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We wanted to visit the Chapel of Silence due to the concept of a place for silent contemplation. The building is fairly easy to find, but you can walk past it if you’re caught up in the traffic of tourists and locals visiting the local...More

Thank Rysterman
Reviewed 5 days ago

A uniquely designed place in a crowded city. It was nice to see this and take a break from the hustle and bustle of outside. The architecture is interesting and simple. The staff was very nice and friendly. You have to pay if you'd like...More

Thank Adam P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A simplistic and serene location, no frills etc, just a lovely calm space in Kamppi. It's beautifully constructed, and the light streaming through the ceiling is magical. I was the only visitor at the time which made it quite special too.

Thank Bryony H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Good relief from the hectic square outside . Silence inside and understand only opened recently - maybe a few years ago . Religion is not forced on anyone and appears a nice place to sit down and gather ones thoughts

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Response from chinesed0ll | Reviewed this property |
If you're taking trem no 2/8/9 you can stop by Simonkatu and walk for like 5 - 10 minutes. If you're taking trem no 3, you can stop by the Main Railway Station (Rautatieasema) and heading through Sokos building and cross... More