Come and see traditional domestic animals
Fallkulla Domestic Animal Farm is located north of Malmi. At the farm, you can see traditional domestic animals: sheep, goats, cattle, ducks, hens, rabbits and horses. There are also two miniature pigs on the farm. Many of our animals are traditional indigenous Finnish breeds, such as Finnish landrace chicken, Åland sheep, Finnish goat and Eastern Finncattle.
Fallkulla is a popular travel destination, especially among families. Each year, Fallkulla is visited by over 80,000 people. Admission to the farm is free.
School group visit days are Wednesday and Friday and kindergarten Tuesdays and Thursdays. The visit time can only be booked electronically at beta.kultus.fi. (search for visiting times, for example, with the keyword fallkulla.)
We do not accept bookings by phone or email. Groups are subject to a fee and payment is made on the day of the visit via Mobilepay or an order slip with billing information.
Each group is required to comply with applicable corona guidelines. Welcome!
Fallkulla Domestic Animal Farm is a service location of the City of Helsinki Culture and Leisure Division’s Youth Services. 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, among other things. Activities are free of charge. To participate, you must have a free-of-charge membership card of Youth Services. You can get one at the location.
Youth center phone number: (09) 310 890 95 or 040 334 8089
You can enquire about opening hours, youth activities and other things.
The best way to reach us is by email, or from Wednesday to Friday by phone from 1 pm to 2 pm.
Fallkulla Domestic Animal farm opening hours for visitors in summer 2022 (June 6-August 22) Open every day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On weekdays, the barn and the interior are closed. Café Kilikuppila is open for visitors Mon-Sun from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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