Southern Ostrobothnia in Finland, from Europe region, is best know for Theme Parks. Discover best things to do in Southern Ostrobothnia with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 124 reviews
Nice area for one or two days. I would recommend for children over 10 years old. A lot of fast rides and also rides for little ones. Junker is very fast ride for daredevils! It should be more water elements than just two rides. Remember to buy Your SECOND day ticket inside of the area (info office). They don´t have tickets at gate at all!
4.5 based on 87 reviews
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Nice cafe, free internet (1 h max) and a living room for the residents of Seinäjoki in nice and artistic setting.Thanks for your feedback! Nice to hear that you liked our library. I'd like to add that you can use computers in the main library up to 4 hours/day and if you have your own device the use of wi-fi is limitless.
5 based on 20 reviews
This is the only complete area in the world designed by the world famous architect and the creator of modern functionalism!
Aalto center has several buildings designed by Alvar Aalto. It's hard to believe that some of these buildings were actually designed already in the 50's, since they are ultra modern still today! Born in this region, Aalto got some of his ideas from the real life. For example the city hall looks like a grand piano. The church tower, is actually the only tall building ever designed by Aalto.
While visiting here, also don't miss the brand new Apila library! That building is not designed by Aalto, but it has also participated to several international architectural competitions with a good success. Most likely, it is the most beautiful library in the world!
3.5 based on 66 reviews
Finland's largest VillageShop is more than just shopping. We want to give more to our customers, which is why there is always something interesting going on in the Village Shop. More than a hundred events, small and large, are organised in the Village Shop area each year. In addition to the events, the front yard of Tavarapuoti called Kesätori (Summer Market) offers cheerful market atmosphere with its sales booths. In the summertime, take a free tour around the VillageShop area in the SummerTrain or play a round of golf in our Minigolf track on the banks of the Tuuri River.
Be sure not to missout on some of the none main dept store shops scattered around there and if kids you come with get bored and u still need more time, theres s gymbouree inside the dept store. Othereise, have one family member take them out. There is a wonderful outdoor muumin playground just across the onnenkivi.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We had a short visit to this center with our relatives. The location used to be an ammunition factory that exploded in the 1970s with catastrophic results. Forty people died. This culture center is built on the remains of the factory and depicts the history of the factory as well as modern culture in the area. The center also has the city library of the town Lapua within the center.
5 based on 3 reviews
This is a modern building, I rarely see such churches so It was interesting for me. Interior is also fine. I did not spend long time in there but it was good to see the interior.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Civil Guard and Lotta Svard Museum was designed by world famous architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976). It is extraordinary that in the very same town, Seinäjoki, there are works from an artist’s early years (1924-26) as well as modern buildings, so called Aalto Center. This attraction consists of two buildings, the main house and a bit Mediterranean style back yard house. In the garden, there is also a statue of Civil Guard soldier.
This house served as Civil Guard’s Ostrobothnian region headquarter, where later Colonel Matti Laurila was its leader. The Civil Guard and Lottas were denied by Russians in the Moscow Truce in 1944. They had been too strong actors in preventing Soviet Union to conquer Finland.
After the Second World War Colonel Laurila was living in that house with her wife until his death. He had cherished the memory of the Civil Guard Headquarter as well as arcitecht Aalto’s early work. He had let make only minimal modernizations in the house, despite it was his home. Consequently, after Colonel Laurila’s passing there was a ready made museum for architecture and Civil Guards and its female part, the Lottas.
The museum represents the history of the Civil Guard and Lotta Svärd but it also tells about the War of Independence as well as the Winter War and Continuation War against the Soviet Union and the War in Lapland, against the German Army.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Vuosittainen avoimien ovien päivä tarjoaa monenlaista katseltavaa. Muun muassa apteekkimuseo, kauppamuseo ja geologian museossa riitti katseltavaa. Alueella on myös ruutimuseo ja hieno kartano.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
I visited this place for their modern art exhibition. On that Saturday I was the only visitor and I got very friendly service. The exhibition was very good and art was well selected. Their on going exhibition is worth the visit as well.
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