Fallkulla Domestic Animal Farm

Contact details


Tel: +358 (9) 310 890 95.




Malminkaari 24

00730 Helsinki

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At Fallkulla, you can familiarise yourself with traditional domestic farm animals: sheep, goats, cattle, minipigs, ducks, hens, rabbits and horses. Many of our animals are of a traditional stock that is native to Finland.

Come and visit

We are normally open on Wednsday, Thursday and Friday 10-18 and Sunday 10-15. During school holidays we are open every day 10-15. Our coffeehouse, Kilikuppila is open  10.30 to 14 on sundays (closed until march). Free entry, only groups over 10 people have entrance fee.

Fallkulla is a popular travel destination, especially among families. Each year, Fallkulla is visited by over 80,000 people. Make sure to check our opening hours during school holidays.

Please follow these Fallkulla rules during your visit:

• Do not enter animal pens or enclosures

• Do not feed the animals!

Book group visits in advance

Fallkulla is a popular destination for excursions. We are visited by all kinds of groups every day, from the elderly to animal-lovers, from day care centres and schools. Always book group visits in advance by calling (+358) 09-310 89095.

Fallkulla for the youth

The Fallkulla Domestic Animal Farm is a youth centre of City of Helsinki.  At Fallkulla, 9-17-year-old young people can carry out farm work, take care of animals and try their hand at yard work, gardening or various handicrafts. Activities are free of charge. To take part in the activities, you will need the free Youth Services membership card, which you can obtain at Fallkulla.


28 kommenttia kirjoitukseen ”Fallkulla Domestic Animal Farm

  1. regina sanoo:

    Hello, is there any entrance fee to visit? We have 3 small kids and would love to, but want to check about fees.

    Thank you

    • henna sanoo:

      Hello, visiting is free for families. Only groups (over 8 people) have to pay. Welcome!

  2. Lucy sanoo:

    Hi there,

    We are visiting next month. How far is it from Helsinki? What is the best way to travel there on train/bus?

    • henna sanoo:

      Hi, we are located in North Helsinki, Tapanila. Best way is to take the train from Helsinki Centrum to Tapanila station. From there it is about 10 munutes walk.

  3. MK sanoo:

    Hi! Are fleeces from the sheep ever available for sale to handspinners?

  4. Яна sanoo:

    Здравствуйте! Открыта ферма для посещения в апреле?

    • henna sanoo:

      Sorry we don’t speak Russian language here.
      If you speak English we can answer you in English.
      Tytti Salokannel

  5. Jayendra sanoo:

    So tomorrow its open from 10am to 3pm

  6. Valter sanoo:

    Right, I guess the question came, since it says 10am to 3am, but it should probably be “3pm” 🙂

  7. Imogen Waterfield sanoo:

    Hi are the children able to pet the animals?

    • henna sanoo:

      Hi! If animals are near the fence they can be petted. Only children who are taking part of our youthwork can go inside fencing.

  8. Yulia sanoo:

    Hello, does farm is open in december for visitors? If it is what time? Thank you

    • Tytti sanoo:

      Yes we are open in december also for visitors.
      And from 16.12.-5.1.2020 every day from 10 till 15.00.


      Tytti Salokannel
      Youth Worker
      Fallkullan kotieläintila

  9. Olga sanoo:

    Hi, do you have a horse-riding, is it possible to pet horse?

    • henna sanoo:

      Hello, young people 9-17 years can participate in our action and also sometimes get riding. Also little children under 9 years can try ponyriding for 3€ on sundays 11-12. People can pet horses if they are near the fence, it s not allowed to go inside fences.

  10. Imogen Waterfield sanoo:

    Is there a farm shop where I can buy milk and eggs etc?

    • henna sanoo:

      No, we don’t sell anything. Fallkulla is a place where young people can learn how to take care of animals.

  11. Penny sanoo:

    Hello. On 2.1 and 3.1 in 2020 are you open to the public? For example I would like to visit with my 2 year old. Or on these days is Falkulla only open to youth registered for farm work?

    • Tytti sanoo:

      Hello Penny
      Sorry that you are getting this answer so late. Fallkulla is a Youth house where children form the age 9-17 can take care of animals.
      Fallkulla is also open for visitors from wednesday till friday 10.00-18.00 And on sundays from 10-15.00.


  12. Lorenzo Standen sanoo:

    Hi, I wish to know if there are any job openings for experienced Farm animal care takers

  13. Ghislaine sanoo:

    Is there in the area a place to fry sausages? Like an open fire place?

    • Tytti sanoo:

      Hello Ghislaine
      We have now fire place here in Fallkulla. But inside it is possible to warm your own food and eat also inside.

      Tytti Salokannel

  14. Aissa sikhine sanoo:

    Hello. How can I be a member of volunteer work

    • Tytti sanoo:

      Hello Aissa
      Because of the Korona-situation it is forbidden to take any volunteers to Fallkulla. Fallkulla is a Youth house for children from the age 9-17, owned by Helsinki city. All Youth houses in Finland are closed at the moment, so it is also not possible to take here any volunteers. You can contact us again after the Korona-epidemia is over.


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