The textile factory was founded by Scottish industrialist Finlayson in the 19th century and was the first building in Northern Europe to use electric lighting. The red brick structure outside the factory is still intact, and the interior has been transformed into restaurants, bars, shops and cinemas. There are many art studios, museums, restaurants and cafes, which is a great place to kill time.
In a very old neighborhood, there are now various artisanal markets, Vapriikki Museum, Finlayson Church, movie theaters, the editorial office of Finland’s second largest newspaper Aamulehti, and a cultural center. The autumn scenery is particularly beautiful.
Finlayson Center is more famous in Tampere area. It is quite prosperous. Many people come here. You can see a lot of movie theaters and playgrounds here. It is really worth visiting.
The artistic atmosphere is very good. It was built in an old factory building. It is now an art shop and cafe, many sculptures worth taking pictures, and so on.
This is a very famous neighborhood in Tampere, next to the central square, built in an old factory building, there are shopping malls, art galleries, restaurants, movie theaters, etc., a popular neighborhood, it is worth visiting