Once in Finland you should try and enjoy other things besides the Polar cold (sometimes overwhelming if you are not used to it), the white nights, reindeer sausages and vodka whose name is very similar to that of the country. And if you have kinds and you want to get then acquianted to the wonders of traveling all over the world, Finland is a great place to begin your journey, as Finland has a few great amusement parks best for the little ones to enjoy. And the Finns have some extremely funny theme parks to see even if you are a grown-up.
Linnamaki Amusement Park
Linnamaki is the largest and most visited theme park in Finland, attracting over one million visitors annually. It is situated on top of a mountain near downtown Helsinki. There is a huge park, but has 41 attractions that can address to visitors of all ages. The most famous of them is Vuoristorata, known as the Wood Rollercoaster and is known to be a… classic rollercoaster. The Linnamaki Amusement Park also hosts an amphitheater where performances are held daily, there are also stage acrobatics and magic tricks, a games room, a circus, shops and restaurants. The park was built in the 50s by six charitable organizations for children who were reunited in 1957 under the title Children's Day Foundation. The park is a non-profit one and the revenues collected from the public are donated to charity. And most attractions in the park are reserved, of course, to children.
This adventure park is located on a small peninsula between two lakes and is perfect not only for children but for the whole family; it is extremely popular and it hosts plenty of visitors annually. There are many animal attractions, including an aquarium and dolphinarium, also there is a planetarium and a museum of art, a few roller coasters (the most enjoyed is called Half Pipe) and a play area for young children. The park is located in the city of Tampere.
Serena is the largest tropical water park covered around Europe! And is the largest amusement park in the northern hemisphere. It has swimming pools with hot water all year round, which makes this place a very loved location in cold Finland. The park features a sauna carved out of a cliff. In winter, visitors can ski here on the slopes of varying difficulty. In summer visitors can splash in outdoor pools surrounded by rocks. The park, located in Espoo (the second largest city of Finland), offers visitors a number of attractions and water slides. One of them, the Black Hole has breathtaking visual and special auditory effects.
Moomin World Park in located Naantali, and was built on an island overlooking the Old City; it is a magical land inhabited by the Finnish cartoon characters called Moomin. The most attractions offered by the park have been inspired by the stories of the Finnish artist and storyteller Tove Jansson. It is not open during the winter, except the last week of February. There is also a restaurant where visitors can enjoy various culinary delights offering only traditional dishes made of organic food.
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