Arktikum, Korundi House of Culture and Science Centre Pilke invite families for a visit this Christmas with the family culture pass! The pass is an affordable and handy way to experience the most interesting culture attractions in Rovaniemi! With the pass you can learn about the history of Lapland and Arctic research in Arktikum, get to know northern contemporary art in Korundi House of Culture and familiarize yourself with the many meanings of northern forests in Science Centre Pilke. The family culture pass is personal and valid for seven days.
Family Culture Pass –Christmas Offer 50,00 € (2 adults + all children of the family). The offer is valid 1.12-31.12.2017 and available only at the Culture is Cool-booth at the Lordi Square.
Christmas Story offers the audience a sack full of experiences. Comprising theatre, dance and music, the show reveals some of the most exciting secrets about Christmas. The show starts on an emotional note. Orphaned, little Nikolas has to leave his home village and travel to Korvatunturi to become a carpenter’s apprentice to the strict and forbidding Iisakki. But Nikolas finally starts to feel moments of happiness as he grows up, making Christmas presents for all the children. Join the story.
Available languages: Finnish (spoken), English and Chinese (subtitled)
Family price: Family of five 110 € / of four 90 € / of three 70 € (maximum 2 adults/family)
See you at the Lordi Square!
Rovaniemi Theatre, Korundi House of Culture, Arktikum and Science Centre Pilke are at your service at the Lordi Square the whole December. Culture is Cool-booth is open from Mon-Fri from 4pm to 8pm and on weekends from 12pm to 6 pm. The booth is closed on 6th of December and on 24th -25th of December 2018. From the booth you can buy tickets to the Christmas Story theatre show and family culture pass – combination ticket to Korundi, Arktikum and Pilke exhibitions.
The Finnish independence day marks 25 years from the day Arktikum was first opened to public. On the jubilee anniversary, 6th of December all exhibitions are free of charge from 10am to 6pm, and the first 2000 visitors get a free Arktikum reflector.