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Rock Church

Lutherinkatu 3, Helsinki, Finland
+358 9 494698
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Also known as "Church in the Rock," this modern church is carved from rock and has a stunning copper dome.
  • Excellent52%
  • Very good34%
  • Average12%
  • Poor1%
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Lutherinkatu 3, Helsinki, Finland
+358 9 494698
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Reviewed today via mobile

Small but pretty church. Very different from typical churches. It was definitely worth making the stop!

Thank LisaNYU
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A very interesting architecture for sure. But the moment was ruined by very noisy Chinese tourists that were abundant. Suggest to visit of peak hours.

Thank Tommy A
Reviewed yesterday

This was a stunning church nestled in the granite rocked. Beautifully design, and use of wood and light was very peaceful. Well, it would have been if not for the very verbal gaggles of tourists who showed little respect for the sanctity of the church...More

Thank Abbprivate
Reviewed yesterday

We had a chance to spend time in Helsinki and go to the Rock Church. Nice but worth the time and money, not in my view. It's a hole that was blasted out of rock, a nice copper roof and cement floor put in place,...More

Thank FrankRugg
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very crowded because it's not as large as you would think. Must pay to see. There was a concert going on while we were there. Architecture is interesting. Hard to take pictures.

Thank Annette P
Reviewed yesterday

It's obviously a very unique church so a must see if you're in Helsinki. I believe they have concerts there are the acoustics are so good. but unless you are attending a concert of service its probably a 15 minute visit. You can't use the...More

Thank katie s
Reviewed yesterday

Both of us found this quite an eye opener, for 3 € it was good value. The architecture was quite remarkable the sound was fantastic, during our visit there was a young lady playing what to us looked like a Harpsichord, although it was not,...More

Thank mrandmrsDorset
Reviewed yesterday

A church within a rock, As the title suggests ! quite unique and worth a visit if you are in Helsinki . Easy to transport using tram or a mile walk from the centre. Go upstairs as you get some lovely pics.

Thank Tim0807
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I visited this church during winters 2016. It's a unique and very beautiful church. Roof work is amazing. Entry is free and not much rush was there. Don't skip.

Thank Abhishek P
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

First off make sure to go with a group because the line to buy tickets or redeem individual tickets was extremely long. The Church itself is fantastic to see. The fact it was carved out of granite is amazing. There is always a crowd and...More

Thank Christopher E
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Response from Tove I | Reviewed this property |
We walked from the center 20 min walk.
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21 April 2017|
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Response from Jari7100 | Reviewed this property |
Generally church services in Finland are down to earth and open for everyone. Therefore just open the door and sit in the bench.
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Response from Julie G | Reviewed this property |
It is a church do best to check website as it may be closed to tourists for weddings baptism or religious services