Classical, stylish and architecturally distinctive Helsinki House of Culture, designed by renowned architect Alvar Aalto, opened its doors in 1958. Since then, thousands of visitors have experienced its unique atmosphere, especially in the infamous Aalto Hall – the asymmetrical hall which is both intimate, airy and spacious.
Now, more than five decades later and after an extensive refurbishment, the Helsinki House of Culture is ready to open its doors again. The refurbishment has brought plenty of new space for small and larger groups alike. The House of Culture’s modern, functional, and versatile facilities as well as flexible and customer-oriented services make a broad range of smaller and larger events possible.
The facilities and services can be tailored according to individual organisations’ requirements, and can accommodate events ranging from festive events, concerts, and gala nights to AGMs and trade shows. Events held at the House of Culture can vary from small gatherings of 10 people to large events up to 2,000 people.