Location
Gates 26-27 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Fri 5-23 and Sat 5-19.30

Finspiration
5 ratings

Come to Finspiration store full of special and traditional souvenirs from Finland and Scandinavia. We have everything from small wooden products to woollen sweaters.

If you want to buy something small and easy to carry, take a look at our Finland and Helsinki magnets and key chains, t-shirts and kitchen towels made of linen.

If you like wooden characters, we have skiing girls, reindeers and other figures.

Those who like to keep themselves warm, a woollen sweater is perfect. We have these for both kids and adults. Also 'wooden mug' called kuksa is a great coffee mug at cottage.

Kids love plush toys such as foxes and brown bears.

Location
Gates 26-27 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Fri 5-23 and Sat 5-19.30
22.3.2017
I bought three moomin rotary candle holders today and after I arrived home, I found that one of the holder has no decoration parts in it,the whole pack of decorations is missing, feeling really sad about this,I should have opened up the boxes and checked :(
Kiki • 17.12.2016
28.11.2016
18.10.2016
8.4.2016

Kiitos arvostelustasi!

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