Tips of the week

Here is a list of events that Hanko tourist office do not think you should miss.

THE TOURIST OFFICE’S TIPS 25–31.10.2021

Hanko Museum exhibition: Come to Finland – Paradise Calling
Sat–Sun at 11–16
Address: Nycanderinkatu 4
More info: Hanko Museum

Hanko Front Museum
Saturdays at 11–18
Address: Hankoniementie 1625, 10820 Lappohja
More info: rintamamuseo.fi

1–26.10 Art exhibition: Magical photos of children
Mon–Fri at 9–16, Sat–Sun at 11–14
Place: The Town Hall Gallery, Raatihuoneentori 5

1129.10 Art exhibition: Kaija Heikkinen – Kaapunaiset
Mon–Wed at 11–20, Thu–Fri at 10–17, Sat at 10–14
Place: The gallery at Hanko municipal library

28.10–9.11 Art exhibition: Kari Walden – Flow
Daily at 11–16
Place: The Town Hall Gallery

29–31.10 Dark weekend
This collaboration between Visit Hanko and Visit Raseborg is a lineup of events happening all around Hanko and Raseborg. It brings the two towns together, embrassing and welcoming the darker days of autumn.

More information about the lineup and the event is found on visithanko.fi and visitraseborg.fi.

Other tips:

Harha – Mobile city tour
See, hear and experience Hanko – past and present – with the free Harha mobile app. Take a Hanko city tour – discover and experience interesting stories with the Harha mobile app. Find stories about local history and architecture, dive into the memories of the Baltic Sea or get to know local artists.
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Wonderful walks
Hanko is a charming place all year round and there are many places worth discovering. You can choose a historic theme for your walk or just go with the flow and see where the road takes you. Pick your favorite walk or try them all!

The Architectural Walk in Hanko Town Centre
Let the buildings come to life and tell you their own history. Despite the short history of the town, Hanko has an astounding richness in architecture. At a comfortable walking distance you will find works by Theodor Höijer, Lars Sonck, Selim A Lindqvist, Waldemar Aspelin, Wiwi Lönn och Viljo Revell among others. Get your own guide brochure, or book a guided architectural walk at the Tourist Office.

Villa Hima Vintage & Retro
More info: facebook.com/villahima

Orienteering by bike in Hanko
Find the control points placed all around Hanko. Maps are found at the Tourist Office.

Take a Hanko city tour – discover and experience interesting stories with the Harha mobile app. Find stories about local history and architecture, dive
The museum presents the history of the Hanko Front during the years 1939 to 1941, when Hanko peninsula was occupied by the Soviet
Hanko Museum is one of our city’s oldest buildings. They have a new exhibition every year about the fascinating history of Hanko. 1.5 – 30.9 the