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

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Here you can find interesting sights in Vantaa, 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 Vantaa, Finland.

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1. Tiedekeskus Heureka

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Heureka is a Finnish science center in Vantaa, Finland, north of Helsinki, designed by Heikkinen – Komonen Architects. The aim of the science centre, which opened its doors to the public in 1989, is to popularize scientific information and to develop the methods used to teach science and scientific concepts. The name ‘Heureka’ refers to the Greek exclamation, presumably uttered by Archimedes, to mean “I’ve found it!”. The Science Centre Heureka features both indoor and outdoor interactive exhibitions with exhibits that enable visitors to independently test different concepts and ideas. There is also a digital planetarium with 135 seats.

Wikipedia: Heureka (science center) (EN)

2. Haltialan kotieläintila

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Haltialan kotieläintila Johanna Torppala / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Family farms in the trusteeship area are owned by the city of Helsinki for recreational and educational purposes for urban residents. The space is located at TaramaryKaltiala in Haltiala, VantaStanjok, viewed from one side of the Vanta estate. The actual task of the farm is to keep the fields cultivated for hundreds of years. The farm has a history of the 16th century. Since the 19th century, Manor Farm has been owned by Agriculture Minister Jacob Kavalev. The two-story main building was destroyed by fire in 1950s, but its stone legs can still be seen.

Wikipedia: Haltialan kotieläintila (FI)

3. Silkkisali

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Theatre Vanta, until April 2006, was known as Theatre Kue III, a prison specialist theatre founded in 1985 by actor Anne Nelson and opera singer Matipasasse. Other founding members include Lena Vilathan, Tina Makcone, Timo Paolovola, Laila Itcone and Kimo Cilanti. The first premiere ceremony of the theater was held at Tekrella Pertola School on 28th. On November 1, 1986, Margaret Duras performed in Savannah Bay.

Wikipedia: Teatteri Vantaa (FI)

4. Pyhän Laurin kirkko

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The Church of St. Lawrence is a church in Vantaa, Finland. Dating back to ca. 1450, it is the oldest building in Vantaa and all of Greater Helsinki. It is also the main church of the Tikkurila Parish. Along with its surrounding neighborhood, the church is a part of the Helsingin pitäjän kirkonkylä district, which is one of the best preserved historical parishes in all of Finland.

Wikipedia: Church of St. Lawrence, Vantaa (EN)

5. Vantaan kaupunginmuseo

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Vantaan kaupunginmuseo Pictor / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Tikkurila's old station building is a historic station building located in Tikkurila, Vantaa, which currently serves as the Vantaa City Museum. It belongs to the original stations of the Helsinki–Hämeenlinna railway line of Finland's first railway line and is the oldest surviving brick station building in Finland.

Wikipedia: Tikkurilan vanha asemarakennus (FI)

6. Tikkurilan kirkko

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Tikkurilan kirkko
Stella Karlsson
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Takrilla Church is the church of Vattata Takrilla, which was completed and opened on 24th. January 2021. The underside of a new church was demolished, that is, the old church of Tekella, which was completed in 1956.

Wikipedia: Tikkurilan kirkko (FI)

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