6 Sights in Tampere, Finland (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Tampere, Finland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Tampere, Finland.

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1. Särkänniemi

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Särkänniemi is an amusement park in Tampere, Finland, located in the district by the same name. The park features an aquarium, a planetarium, a children's zoo, an art museum and an observation tower Näsinneula. Särkänniemi is the second most popular amusement park in Finland with Linnanmäki in Helsinki being the most popular one. Särkänniemi has five rollercoasters: the inverted coaster Tornado, the flying coaster Trombi, the family motorcycle launch coaster MotoGee and Hype, a launched steel Sky Rocket II coaster, and family coaster Vauhtimato. The half-pipe coaster called Half Pipe was recently remowed due to many reasons. Särkänniemi is owned by the city of Tampere and attracts about 1,100,000 visitors annually.

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2. Tampereen taidemuseo

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The Tampere Art Museum is a museum in Tampere, opened to the public on October 31, 1931. It is the oldest inland and the third oldest art museum in the country. The art museum building is located in the Amur district near Pyynikintori. The museum has been owned by the City of Tampere since 1985 and is now part of the city's museum activity. Originally, the Tampere Art Association was responsible for the activities of the Tampere Art Museum and its collections. The association is still supporting the museum's activities, as is the Friends of the Tampere Art Museum.

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3. Sara Hildénin taidemuseo

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Sara Hildén Art Museum is an Art Museum in Särkänniemi, Tampere. Sara Hildén, known as the museum, was a clothing entrepreneur and a great fan of art, who acquired a wide collection of Finnish and foreign art during her life. The Art Museum is now maintained by the City of Tampere and has a permanently located collection of contemporary art owned by the Sara Hildén Foundation. The museum's collection focuses on the art of the 1960s and 1970s.

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4. Koiramäki

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Dogs is a theme park within the riot park in Tampere, built around the "Dogs" series created by Mauri Quinnas. The area used to run a children's zoo, but now animals are in the breeding area of dogs. The area was redesigned from the summer of 2013 to its current dog form. Distorted news has announced that the cost of reform exceeds 5 million euros.

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5. Koskipuisto

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Koskipuisto Visa580 / CC BY 2.5

Koskipuisto is a park in Kyttälä, Tampere, Finland, to the east of the Tammerkoski rapids. On the opposite shore of the rapids is the Kirjastonpuisto park - which is sometimes considered part of Koskipuisto. The Tammerkoski rapids with its coasts belongs to the national landscapes of Finland.

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6. Keskustorin suihkukaivo

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Keskustori's shower well is a sculpture designed by Robert Huber and donated by Wilhelm von Nottbeck to the City of Tampere. The sculpture is in the water pool at the Tampere Central Market off the Town Hall.

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