Leena’s Day is a fun old-timey event for people of all ages in and around the old station building and the Railway Museum’s courtyard.
To celebrate its name day, the “Leena” steam locomotive will be operating on the museum´s track. Leena -steam engine (Vk 4 68) is Finland’s oldest still operating broad gauge steam engine. It was manufactured in Germany in 1910. While sitting on Leena’s III-class passengers carriage seats you may feel the unique atmosphere from the old times. Tickets 2 €, children under 7 years old free.
Around the station area you may listen to barrel organ music and buy handicraft products. Station cat Makarattinoff and stationmaster Ferdinand Mayer-Hoyer’s improv show will delight children and other playful customers. Additionally, you may also have your pictures taken in an classic portrait style by Atelier Wuohi. The picture costs 3 € and the photograph studio is open from 11 am to 2 pm.
All Leenas have a free entry to the event and to the museum’s exhibition. The museum is open 10 am – 5 pm.