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Read about our seasonal program at Suomenlinna. We offer guided tours, events and much more. Welcome to Suomenlinna!
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Guided tours in Ukrainian

The Ehrensvärd Society wants to support Ukrainian refugees in Finland and offers free guided tours in Ukrainian language at Suomenlinna, the World Heritage Site of UNESCO.

 

The guided tours are organized on Mondays at 11.15 in May 2022.

The tours start at Suomenlinna from the ferry harbour.

The duration is approx. 1 hour.

The tickets must be reserved in advance from https://suomenlinna.johku.com/en_US/guided-walking-tours/opastettuja-kierroksia-ukrainaksi-suomenlinnassa

or by email guidebooking(at)suomenlinnatours.com

Suomenlinnan ravintolat

Public guided tours in english

Join a guided tour and hear about the fascinating history of Suomenlinna. Guided tours in english every Saturday at 13.30. The tours start from Suomenlinna Centre and tickets (11 euros) are available at our webshop and Suomenlinna Centre.

The Ehrensvärd Society hundred years at Suomenlinna

For one hundred years ago 13th March 1921 the commitee for proctecting the historical sites of Suomenlinna decided to found the Ehrensvärd Society. Since then the society has worked for informing the public about Suomenlinna and its history. This year we will celebrate our one century long work at Suomenlinna!

More information about the special exhibitions at Suomenlinna Museum and at National Archives of Finland and jubileum program can be found at the webpages.

Jubileum exhibition at Suomenlinna Museum and National Archives

A major exhibition demonstrating the history of Suomenlinna from the 18th century all the way to the 2020s will open at the National Archives of Finland and the Suomenlinna Centre on Wednesday 12 May. The exhibition celebrates the work the Ehrensvärd Society has done for Suomenlinna. The purpose of the Ehrensvärd Society is to inform the public and researchers of Suomenlinna and its history. In May, the Ehrensvärd Society will celebrate its 100th anniversary.

The exhibitions open for the public later this spring.