The Helsinki Music Centre is located in central Helsinki, opposite Parliament House and can be reached by public transportation.


The Helsinki Music Centre is located in Helsinki’s city centre on Mannerheimintie Street. It is across from Parliament House, next to the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art and near the Central Railway Station.


The Helsinki Music Centre has three entrances: opposite Kiasma on the Kansalaistori square, on Mannerheimintie, and on Töölönlahdenkatu.

Public transportation

The Helsinki Music Centre provides easy access by public transport.
The Centre is located approximately 300 metres from the Central Railway Station and the nearest underground station.

Trams 1, 2, 4 and 10 go via Mannerheimintie (stop: The National Museum (4 and 10) or Lasipalatsi (1, 2, 4 and 10)). Several bus lines also pass the Centre on Mannerheimintie (stop: Eliel Square or Hesperia Park).

Routes and timetables can be found at Helsinki Regional Transport’s Journey Planner:


By bicycle

From the Ruoholahti area, the pedestrian and bicycle road Baana takes you to the Helsinki Music Centre. From the northern areas of the city, biking through Central Park is a good option.

The Helsinki Music Centre’s entrances have bicycle stands.


The closest indoor car parks are Q-Park Finlandia and EuroPark P-Eliel. Both charge a fee.

The ground floor of Q-Park Finlandia provides direct access by lift to the Main Foyer of the Helsinki Music Centre. The nearest accessible parking spaces are also on the ground floor. 

The lay-bys in front of the Mannerheimintie main entrance and the Töölönlahdenkatu entrance are for unload and pick-up only. 


The nearest taxi stop is on the Kansalaistori side, approximately 100 metres towards Sanomatalo, at the end of Eero Erkon Katu street.

The Centre’s Mannerheimintie entrance can also be used by taxis. The lay-by in front of the Mannerheimintie entrance is 28 meters away from the Centre's main doors.

Accessible traffic:

Accessible taxis can pick up and drop off customers at the Helsinki Music Centre’s Kansalaistori entrance.