Playgrounds in Helsinki

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Playgrounds in Helsinki

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  • tom a
    Exeter, UK14 contributions
    By a long distance better than any soft play area we’ve been to in the uk. Its more akin to play areas that large amusement parks have. Genuinely an excellent soft play for anyone from 1-10. There’s a large number of slides all very different and inventive. Not sure if we caught it at a strange time being a Saturday at the start of the Finnish holidays but the place was pretty quiet the entire time we were there which meant that you basically end up with free rein which you would never get in the uk. We would definitely go again and would highly recommend for a rainy day. Adults get in free which is always a plus!
    Written 7 July 2019
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  • Terry Inskip
    Helsinki, Finland86 contributions
    HopLop in general is a very good place to take your kids when the weather sucks. The Lanterna Hoplop itself is the best of them all.

    It's a warehouse-sized large space, maybe 400 square meters in total, made of communicating cubes where kids travel, climb, hop, slide, bounce, fall through and swing by to get from one place to the other. There's rooms full of balls to swim in, elastic floors that you drop through, a huge toboggan where you can slide down on a tube, trampolins to bounce on, bumpy things, slippery things, foamy things and climby things! And this is not one floor; these cube rooms are stacked 4-high so we're talking around 1200+ cubic meters of fun and discovery all in one spot

    And there's a "volcano" you can climb up and then slide down the middle (fun for climbers of all ages).

    One of the most fun things you can do as an adult in HopLop is go look for your kid and get lost in there yourself.

    The cost is high but the place in this case is worth it. You pay €15 for each child, though parents don't pay. There's a café with a restaurant that caters to small people's tastes, though they do have coffee and refreshments and well, the food is Finland healthier food, even if it's for kids.

    They also have several private rooms that you can rent for parties: a princess room (yikes), a pirate room, and a disco room. You can book the room and special food and items for the kids. The room rental includes free use of Hoplop and every kid gets a discount coupon for another visit.

    There's a decent parking lot right outside and it's free.
    Written 3 March 2019
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,765 contributions
    Half of the park is a children's playground.

    For adults, a traditional Finnish restaurant Kannas is located next to the park.
    Written 27 February 2020
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  • Sfladiner
    Stuart, FL44 contributions
    Really cool indoor playground. Tons of things to keep the kids engaged and free wi fi. We went on a weekday morning in June so it was not crowded at all. Trampolines were a big hit. Enclosed toddler area had lots of engaging things including a walk on piano.
    The place just kept going - basketball and football in the back of the play area, foam cannons up top and lots of different slides including an inter tube one. My daughter had a blast.
    It was a little tough to find - we asked at the market and we had to follow the signs for a gym. (In all fairness I can't read Finnish so maybe the sign has the info - but if you call yourself Helsinki Playground - please put that on the sign above ground.) 😊
    Written 8 August 2017
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