Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Finland

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Finland

Featuring some of the world’s most stunning forests and amazing lakes, Finland is not just somewhere that is full of beauty, it is also home to some pretty strange things…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Finland


Kummakivi Balancing Rock, Ruokolahti

Kummakivi Balancing Rock, Ruokolahti

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While most people find this balancing rock a mysterious thing, with all the melting glaciers Finland has, it’s no wonder there are several of these balancing rocks to be found.

Aurora Borealis, Pello

Aurora Borealis, Pello

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If you have ever wanted to see the Northern Lights at it’s best, Finland is one of the very best places to do just that.

Moomin World, Naantali

Moomin World, Naantali

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If you are a fan of the Moomins TV show you will love visiting the place where they actually live!

The Silent People, Suomussalmi

The Silent People, Suomussalmi

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Located in a field near a road is The Silent People. They are made from thousands of scarecrows and for many it is the scariest place in the world. For others an unusual sight that is worthy of a photo opportunity.

Veijo Rönkkönen Sculpture Garden, Parikkala

Veijo Rönkkönen Sculpture Garden, Parikkala

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It took Veijo Rönkkönen almost 50 years to make these sculptures that total nearly 500 and sadly it really was the death of him. Imagine if he had been much younger when he started, there would have been thousands of them!

Högberget Cave, Kirkkonummi

Högberget Cave, Kirkkonummi

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Some say when you walk out of this giant primordial cave you are reborn and I can easily see why!

The Pigduck of Turku, Posankka

The Pigduck of Turku, Posankka

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What? You have never seen a giant pig-duck statue before? Then you have obviously never been to Finland!

Tire Gorilla, Helsinki

Tire Gorilla, Helsinki

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Not only good recycling, but also good protection when people come across it in the night.

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Kakslauttanen

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Kakslauttanen

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On a tour of the weird and wonderful, why not stay somewhere that is…well…weird and wonderful!

Tree Mountain, Ylöjärvi

Tree Mountain, Ylöjärvi

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If you want to impress people when you are an artist, the easiest way to do it is to create a giant pyramid, then plant 11,000 trees in a specifically designed pattern around it! Simple really and it certainly impressed me.

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