The market itself is a major attraction in the city in all seasons!
Hämeenlinna Market square is a lively trading place and meeting place for people during the summer and during the monthly market.
The market has been located in the same place since the late 1770s. The Market Square is the most significant square in the center of Hämeenlinna, where most of the city’s market square takes place. The market square hosts events such as concerts and markets, such as the monthly market on the first Tuesday of each month. You can access the event calendar here.
Market square services:
- Kiosk building
- Small parking area
The market square is surrounded by:
- Skogster commercial building
- Gingerbread house
- Town hall
- Country government
Go to the Hämeenlinna tourism website here.
The market square has been located in the same place since the late 1770s, only the surrounding city has changed. The redesign of a valuable, centrally located and large market area became topical in 1908. Architect Hmas Lindgren, who was born in Hämeenlinna, commissioned a plan to improve the market area and reorganize the market square.
Markets and squares can be divided into different categories according to their purpose, which include market squares, central squares, city or representative squares, station squares and traffic squares. The Finnish word tori is derived from the Swedish word torg, which in turn is borrowed from the ancient Russian word tŭrgŭ.
Hämeenlinnan Market square Infolinks: