The boats leave from the Laukontori harbour every hour during the summer months.
The island has beaches, playgrounds and playing fields. There is also a public campfire site and a sauna that can be heated by arrangement. Viikinsaari has a small marina that can accommodate 12 boats at a time.
On the island, there is a restaurant that seats 280 people and a kiosk.
The western part of the island is a peaceful nature reserve and the activities and events take place on the eastern side.
For peace and tranquillity you can visit the island’s ecumenical chapel, designed by artist Ilkka Väätti. The chapel is both a work of art and a place for meditation, and is often used for christenings and weddings.
There is an information desk serving you on the island from the beginning of June to mid-August.
There is a boat connection to the island from the beginning of June to mid-August.
Departures from the Laukontori harbour every hour on the hour, and return from the island on the half-hour. The trip takes about 20 minutes.
Tickets available from the ticket kiosk at Laukontori harbour.
The Timetable and more information about boat trips:
There's also an information desk assisting you on the island from the beginning of June to mid-August:
Tue 11.30 – 18
Wed 10.30 – 17
Thu-Sat 11.30 – 18
Sun 12.30 – 19
In July also on Mondays 11.30 – 18.
in July also on Mondays 10.00–23.30.
The gaming fields, stage, sauna and chapel can be reserved through the Cultural Affairs’ Customer Service. On our website you can also see an up-to-date reservation schedule.