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There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation and adventure in Kirkkonummi. Go hiking, visit Peuramaa ski or go ice skating.
The evolution of Kirkkonummi from the Middle Ages to the present is evident in the landscape and buildings.
Take your car to Lähteelä and enjoy a day of hiking. The address is Källvikintie 6.
History and culture
The newly renovated manor is ideal for unforgettable events, such as weddings, family celebrations, anniversaries, and business meetings and events.
Peuramaa Ski is a skiing centre for the whole family. The centre contains, for example, a ski slope for children, the longest magic carpet in Southern Finland, as well as a range of themed activities.
You can go ice skating on the Gesterby School sports field in the city centre, on the Framnäs sports field in Masala, on the Veikkola ice rink and to Varuboden areena.
Nature and recreation
There are maintained ski trails in the vicinity of the Kirkkonummi city centre, as well as in Masala, Kantvik and Veikkola.
The cooperation network of the Porkkala Parenthesis brings history to life. The leasing of the Porkkala region to the Soviet Union after World War II is a significant part of the region’s history.
A part of the Nuuksio National Park is located in Kirkkonummi, between Siikajärvi and Veikkola. From here too you can access the guided routes in the Nuuksio wilderness.
Pretty sure that this is the cave with the most interesting shape... Go check it out yourself!
There are loads of saunas in Kirkkonummi, but the most funny is here in Kirkkonummi next to Tampaja beach.
The main building was built in 1901–1903 in National Romantic style. Today it is a museum for the architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen.