Suvilahti is a very unique and interesting venue.
It was built in 1909 and started working as a power plant in 1910. The power plant then closed in 1976 with gas production ending in 1994.
The real estate company Kiinteisto Oy Kaapelitalo which are owned by the city of Helsinki began developing, renting and and maintaining the facilities in 2008.
The venue is home to photography studios, artists, writers, production companies and advertising agencies.
The courtyard outside is massive and is used for open-air events such as Flow Festival.
The Flow festival has been located at this venue every year since 2004.
The closest metro station is Sornainen.
For more detailed information, please visit the Helsinki city journey planner by HSL: http://www.reittiopas.fi/en/
Helsinki taxi, telephone +358 (0)100 0700 (Please note, phone charges will apply)
For buses to and from the Helsinki Airport, you can take a Finnair City Bus from downtown Helsinki.
For timetables go to http://www.finnair.com/INT/GB/information-services/at-the-airport/transportation?locale=en&target=Finnair.Travel.Siirtymiset
To/from Helsinki City by bus the 615 takes approx 35 minutes.
At night time from/to Helsinki take bus 620N.
Unfortunately, the area and its immediate surroundings feature no parking space for cars. It is advised to travel on public transport or Bicycle.
There is easy wheelchair access at the venue. There are also wheelchair platforms.
General Access Info
There are many accessible restrooms.