One of Helsinki's famous attractions, located on the north side of the railway station square, with statues of figures in front of the gates. There are often performances of different plays, and tickets are the favorite venues of old Finnish people, depending on the play.
The Finnish National Theatre is on the edge of a large square next to the railway station. It is a very stylish building. I didn't go in to see it. It seems to be very historical. This is a landmark building that preserves the historical and dramatic art of Finland.
Next to the Central Station, I thought it was a church from a distance. I was attracted by his unique multi-person building. In front of the theater is the bus terminal, so it is not easy to take a full picture of the theater. It took a long time to get there. Find a gap with no bus for a few seconds.
A beautiful interior and exterior makes this one of Helsinki's star attractions. Located within sight of the Central Train Station, attending a performance here is worth it, even if you don't understand Finnish.
Finnish National Theatre is the iconic building on the northern side of the Helsinki Central Railway Station Square. It's designed in the National Romantic style, inspired by romantic nationalism.
It’s right next to the central railway station and there is a sky restaurant in front