You can find Ruoholahti Youth Centre on the other side of the canal, in front of Selkämerenpuisto park. It is located within a five-minute walk from the metro station.
The youth centre also has equipment for playing pool, ping pong and table football as well as a PS4, an XBOX 360, a Nintendo Switch and many board and card games. You can try out various handicrafts in the crafts room, and there are all sorts of sofas and bean bags all around the youth centre for you to hang out.
The best atmosphere for everyone
Ruoholahti Youth Centre always has a great atmosphere, which is looked after by the youth workers and superb peer instructors. We plan and implement activities together with young people, so your ideas also matter to us!
Our building is a discrimination-free area. We immediately intervene in any and all types of bullying and discrimination in order for everyone to feel good and safe, just as they are.
The youth centre is a substance-free place
You are not allowed to bring substances to our facilities or come to the youth centre intoxicated. We will contact the guardian regarding a minor’s substance use.
You need a membership card in order to visit the youth centre. You can get one free of charge, without it requiring anything of you.
Young people over the age of 13 can register for a membership card application by themselves at jassari.hel.fi. Finally, the application is confirmed by the young person’s guardian electronically.
For young people under the age of 13, the youth centre provides a paper form that must be filled in by the young person’s guardian and returned to the youth centre.
Suvi Siven, Nuorisoemail@example.com
Pilar Tapio, Nuoriso-ohjaaja, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lumianna Liljeberg, Nuorisoemail@example.com
Mervi Autio, Nuorisofirstname.lastname@example.org
Billy Rivera Escamilla, Nuorisoemail@example.com
Jaakko Rautavaara, Toiminnanjohtajajaakko.firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth center phone number: 050 559 1776
We are here for you.
There are generally four of us youth workers bustling around our two-storey youth centre. You can come and talk, play games, sing, cook, play a musical instrument or simply hang out with us. We each have our own strengths.
Children’s time for 3rd–6th graders (9–12-year-olds)
6th graders can visit during the evening times, but this needs to be agreed separately with the guardian.
Evening time for 7th graders and older young people (13–18-year-olds)
No upcoming events