By train to Helsinki’s Central Railway Station.
By tram, bus or metro. By taxi.
Nearest car park: Q-Park Finlandia, Karamzininkatu 2, heated, video surveillance, 650 parking spaces, pedestrian tunnel to the Helsinki Music Centre.

The Helsinki Philharmonic is based at the impressive Helsinki Music Centre, which was designed by LPR-Arkkitehdit Oy and opened in 2011.
There are three price categories for seating at the Helsinki Music Centre.

For information about restaurant services at the Helsinki Music Centre, go to or call 020 762 4862.

Restaurant services at the Helsinki Music Centre now available also in the Lower Foyer 

Unforgettable occasions are created by the overall experience.
Augment your concert experience before the performance, during the intermission or afterwards!

Restel Event Restaurants are expanding their operations at the Helsinki Music Centre.
Restel now serves food that is specially selected for each concert along with coffees, teas, refreshments, fine wines, beers and ciders at its sales outlet in the Lower Foyer.

The sales outlet in the Lower Foyer is open
- during concerts with an intermission, both before the concert and during the intermission
- after concerts in the main concert hall

Intermission catering in the Lower Foyer can be ordered in advance, so you can avoid having to queue up and enjoy your treats immediately. Place your order:
|020 762 4862*|
*phone calls 0.59 €/min + local network charge/mobile call charge

The cloakroom service fee is 2 euros per customer. Payment can be made using the machines located by the elevators on the fourth floor next to the main entrance on Mannerheimintie, in the main lobby on the third floor by Cloakroom 1 when entering from Kansalaistori, and by Cloakroom 49 when entering from the car park. A ticket for the cloakroom fees can also be purchased from the ticket sales desk, or guests with exact change may pay the cloakroom staff directly. Season ticket holders are entitled to a 20% discount on the cloakroom service fee.