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Kunstenniemi Course and Camp Centre is situated in the heart of the most beautiful archipelago and a unique oak forest. The Kunstenniemi Course and Camp Centre is located in Rymättylä. Kunstenniemi offers the visitor a peaceful natural setting and a wide variety of activities, ranging from paddling and orienteering to football and yard games.
Sigyn Hall is built in the grounds of the shipyard hall completed in 1928 and the rope factory built in 1934. The Sigyn hall and its reception areas combine old shipyard atmosphere with internationally recognised modern architecture, and provide excellent facilities for concerts, seminars and events.
Kylämäki Village in Kurala is made up of four farms with buildings still standing at their original sites. The village has been inhabited since the 7th century. Nowadays, Kurala is a village of living history where visitors can travel back in time to a typical Southwest Finnish farm of the 1950s, complete with authentic scents and rural atmosphere.
Brimming with history, Duke John’s Cellar is located in the Castle bailey. Built in the 16th century, it has served many functions over the centuries, for instance as a governor’s formal residence. The banquet facilities include the pleasant Leivintupa and the larger vaulted Holvisali hall, which hosts festive dinners.
Lords’ Cellar is one of the most unusual and intimate rooms of the Main Castle. The Cellar has an arched ceiling that differs from other conventional arched structures of the time. The atmospheric arches were built in the 14th century. The Land Court established in Turku by Eric of Pomerania held its sessions in the Lords’ Cellar. The Cellar may be rented for closed events when deemed appropriate.
The Castle dates back to the 13th century and provides surroundings which encapsulate Finland’s history. The Bryggman Hall on the south side of the Castle features a vaulted ceiling and is a modern meeting space for 120 guests. You can enjoy a lunch at the Southern Hall or smaller Juhana Herttua cellar on the bailey side. Some of the banquet and meeting facilities can be accessed from an easy access entrance.
Turku Castle Banquet Halls are a unique, historical venue. Duke John and Katarina Jagellonica held the Renaissance Court in the King´s Hall, Queen´s Hall and Queen´s Chamber in the 1560s. Duke John’s Renaissance Banquet is a famous programme for dinner, where guests travel back in time to experience the ambiance and culture of 1562.
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