The administrative and cultural centre of Seinäjoki is
one of the most important creations of Alvar Aalto. The Aalto Centre, composed of six buildings and speaking directly to the spectator in clean and timeless form language, was mainly completed between 1960 and 1968.
Apila was opened to the public in August 2012. The library was designed by JKMM Architects. The shape of the building resembles a clover (apila in Finnish) and it has also been influenced by Japanese origami. The facade features copper cladding with the surface pattern resembling the scales of a fish.
Seinäjoki City Guide gives you information about attractions and culture, activities and sports, restaurants and pubs, shopping, accommodation, events and many more useful tips in Seinäjoki.
Activity Parks´s attractions include a parkour area for all ages, a giant trampoline and a large air-slope. Even the smallest of adventures can climb on nets and drive pedal cars.