Welcome to Finland House Conference

Just a stone's throw from Stureplan in Stockholm's city core is Finlandshuset located with its bright and beautiful rooms. Despite the location right in town, the premises offer a remarkable calm. This open, soothing oasis where classical and modern architecture meet, is one of Stockholm's most modern and comfortable conference facilities.
  • Sibelius Hall

    Johan (Jean) Sibelius (1865-1957) was born in Hämeenlinna north of Helsinki. When he was two years old his father died and only left debts behind. The family had to move to Sibelius grandmother. At the age of ten he played parts of his memories in a concert and around in 1875 the first composition ”Water Droplets” for violin and cello was born.

    Sibelius Hall
  • Sauna

    Take your time for a meeting with sauna magical vapors! A sauna session is about to bathe, shower, rest, sauna, shower, eat, rest, sauna, shower. All this can last for several hours instead of hectic minutes. The sauna offers you a close and immediate meeting with the basic elements: earth, fire, air and water.

  • History

    Finland Institute’s facility on Snickarbacken in central Stockholm was built over a century ago. It was built in 1896 for the YMCA after the architect Johan Laurentz drawings, with lavish ornaments on both the inside and outside. Parts of Finlandshuset are protected today, for example, the staircase with multi-colored limestone floors.

  • Decorations

    1951 started Viljo and Armi Ratia, the Finnish textile company Marimekko. Marimekko is known worldwide for its printed cotton fabrics in beautiful designs and colors, such Hetkiä, Kaiku and Unikko. The beautiful patterns are now also including on shower curtains, oilcloth, leather, china and duvets.


Find us at Finlandshuset Conference

Finlandshuset konferens is located in the center of Stockholm City. With several subway stations the conferens is easily attainable with both car and by foot.

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