Group Activities in Espoo

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  • frequentflyersuffolk
    Sudbury, UK295 contributions
    Easy to reach forest park from Espoo. Lovely walking trails, plenty to see and do. Beautiful lake with grills which we took advantage of. Beautifully maintained and very clean. Lots of room so we didn't felt as it was crowded. Would be amazing with the snow in the winter season.
    Written 19 September 2021
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,765 contributions
    Espoo Museum of Modern Art (EMMA) is competing with Kiasma Art Museum in Helsinki. Espoo Museum is located in a grey dull building which is the former Weilin&Göös printing house from 1974. What it takes to buildings, Kiasma is located in a more striking building with more interesting architecture.

    What it takes to exhibitions, it is hard to say which one is better. On this Espoo visit, there was a stunning exhibition "Chiharu Shiota: Tracing Boundaries". It is an immersive installation consisting of tautly crisscrossing threads. Visitors are entering the maze of yarn, which encloses a sequence of old doors that open alternative routes through the work.

    Another impressive work was "Daniel Buren: Going for a Walk in a Zigzag". Buren created this enormous work consisting of countless folding screens, inviting visitors to take a walk through the zigzagging maze.

    Daniel Buren is famous for his practice of using 8.7 cm-wide vertical stripes as a visual tool to reveal hidden aspects of familiar spaces. In May, you can find 105 striped flags filling Espoo’s Tapionaukio square. Museum’s personnel have also striped vests.
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • mattiturunen
    Espoo, Finland8 contributions
    This exhibition centre is also called EMMA and is situated in Tapiola very near the metro station, only 1 kilometer from there. There are always many exhibitions at the same time. Last time we saw MIchael Jackson exhibition which was wort seeing
    Written 6 November 2019
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  • Davvebiegga
    Germany132 contributions
    Very nice and interesting nature center informing about the Nuuksio national park and finnish nature in general. Current exhibitioni LOL (Luonto on Laiffii = Nature is life) is real fun!
    Written 10 September 2019
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  • OutInTheNature
    Finland136 contributions
    Kaitalampi in Espoo is the perfect forest area and lake to escape the hustle and bustle of the capital area in Finland. Only about 35 minutes from Helsinki, Kaitalampi lake in Luukki recreation area provides nice trails and several cooking shelters for spending a day outdoors.
    Written 24 April 2020
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  • JariJK
    Kouvola, Finland5,003 contributions
    I took a metro train (a subway) from Helsinki city center to Aalto University and walked from there to the southern point of Laajalahti Nature Reserve in Otaniemi. It took less than five minutes to walk there.

    There are walking and biking routes, duckboards (biking not allowed), some picnic tables, three bird watching towers and cows in the pasture within the precincts of Laajalahti Nature Reserve. About 100 nesting bird species have been seen there.

    Villa Elfvik is the visitor center of Laajalahti Nature Reserve. This Art Nouveau villa was built in 1904. You also find Cafe Elfvik (read separate Tripadvisor reviews) in the villa. The distance from the southern point of the nature reserve to the villa is about 2.7 kilometers. There are short nature trails around the villa. Some of them are accessible. You can borrow a pair of binoculars from the information desk.

    Villa Elfvik is situated near the ring road named Ring 1. There are parking places and a city bike station near the villa. So this northern part of the nature reserve is also a good starting point. Remember to visit the upstairs of the villa, too. You find a butterfly collection and a small playground there.

    There is also an archaeological site next to the villa. A brick factory was located there in the 18th century. A faience factory was established in the old brick factory at the turn of the 19th century.

    I wasn't sure if I should give the rating of three or four stars. Laajalahti Nature Reserve deserves four stars as a nature area in the metropolitan area. However, this isn't a very good nature area if you think the whole country. There are countless nature areas which are much better elsewhere in Finland.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Jacquelyn K
    1 contribution
    Absolutely incredible experience and would recommend to anyone visiting the Helsinki area. Tapio was lovely and provided lots of information about the dogs and happy to answer any questions. He will let you drive the sled and help with setting up the dogs and feeding after. Traditional Finnish snacks were provided and he catered to dietary requirements (vegan). This was definitely worth the money.
    Written 14 April 2022
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  • Mona N
    1 contribution
    We played the "Secrets of the Past". Very exciting and fun game. Room quality was excellent. We will definitely go to the next game also. Sadly we didn't have the opportunity to play their first game, "Pirate Ship". But you can play this, even if you didn't play the first game! The game hostess and the inventor were fun people.
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • Niklas U
    Europe9 contributions
    Perfect place to spend 3 h with friends and kids. The easiest routes are suitable from abt 6 yrs, whereas the black more demanding routes were challenging for a sporty 11 year old.

    What should I wear ? Jogging shoes, andnfitting clothes. In the summer shorts and t-shirt probably a good choice.

    Do I have to be fit and agile to enjoy this ? Not really, just open minded and not afraid of hights. The routes’ heights vary from 1 1/2 meter up to 18 m. A little bit scary for some, but you feel safe all the time.

    Friendly staff. Expect to pay 100 euros for 2 adults & 2 kids.
    Written 19 July 2019
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