Heureka the Finnish Science Centre

P.O.Box 166
FI-01301  Vantaa
Telephone: +358 9 857 99
Fax: +358 9 873 4142
Email:
www.heureka.fi
Description:

Heureka, the Finnish Science Centre is a unique high-level cultural and educational institution and one of Finland’s most popular leisure time destinations. Visitors of all ages will find interesting, interactive hands-on exhibits to explore and fascinating planetarium films to see. Architecturally unique Heureka is also a popular venue for conferences and receptions. Located in Tikkurila Vantaa, about thirty minutes' drive from downtown Helsinki and ten minutes from the airport.

Number of conference rooms: 5

Conference rooms sq.m Number of seats
    Theatre Classroom Conference
Auditorium Virtanen 260 220 - -
Planetarium 200 124 - -
3 committee rooms, each 45 - 25 -
- can be combined 135 - 75 -

Restaurants: Restaurant Café Einstein for 180 persons. Catering for 2,000 persons in the restaurant and exhibition areas.

Exhibition areas: Committee rooms and lobbies 250 sq.m.

Further information: Apart from the main exhibition Heureka displays also temporary exhibitions which theme change yearly. Total exhibition space indoors amounts to 3500 m2. During summer season an outdoor exhibition area, Science Park Galilei, is available. Heureka also features a modern digital planetarium. Heureka is open around the year and it operates fully in three languages: Finnish, Swedish and English. Suitable for social functions. Special programs for groups.

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