Liminka has something to do all year round. The Liminka Bay Visitor Centre is a must, a bucket list destination. The Visitor Centre’s year-round exhibition with a free entry, ‘The Eight Seasons of Birds’, will tell you about the life of birds around the most popular bird wetland in Finland.
A favourite of the whole family, The Escurial Zoo and Flower Park, brings animal friends of all kinds to you. In Alakestilä Arboretum, you can admire over 200 different species of trees, bushes and plants. Hungry for adventure? Head to Liisanlinna. This wooden castle, sometimes called as the northernmost wooden castle in Europe, offers adventures of many kinds to groups of visitors. A local guide will help you to explore the nature and the views of Liminka in even more depth.
Paavolantie 83 C, 91900 Liminka
08 384 903
Kesäkaudella, 1.5. - 31.8., joka päivä klo 10.00.-20.00.
The Arboretum is the third oldest arboretum in Finland. You can admire nearly 200 different species of wood-stemmed plants. The park is at its lushest during the summer.
This wooden castle, sometimes called the northernmost wooden castle in Europe, offers a range of programme packages and experiences to groups of visitors.
A destination for the whole family. The park is an excellent destination for school classes, groups and all lovers of flowers and animals.
A great destination for anyone interested in handicrafts. A visit to the pottery teaches you how ceramics are made. You can also find local handmade gifts and souvenirs.
Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from a range of recreational and hiking routes of different lengths. Kick off on your bike or take a leisured stroll to enjoy the sights.
Library of Liminka is an attraction for culture lovers right in the centre of Liminka. Why not pop in to browse the local newspapers, for example.
Windland offers a range of programmes and guided tours. Get to know Liminka and go on an adventure – safely with a guide.