Cinema experiences
Virtual Cinema Tour of Helsinki

Experience Helsinki like never before! This virtual cinema ride flies you over and inside to Helsinki’s most famous sights, landmarks and attractions:

  • Uspenski Cathedral
  • Kaivopuisto Park
  • Suomenlinna Sea Fortress
  • Tove Jansson Park
  • Market Square
  • Presidential Palace
  • Tuomiokirkko Helsinki Cathedral
  • Senate Square
  • Esplanade Park
  • Rock Church
  • Hietaniemi Beach
  • Seurasaari Open-Air Museum
  • Sibelius Monument
  • The Olympic Stadium
  • Linnanmäki Amusement Park
  • Lake Päijänne

"It was a GREAT overview of the Helsinki city and points of interest, while being a LOT of fun! We enjoyed it so much that when it ended, we got right back on and did it again.

Gorgeous scenery and vistas and inside views of main tourist locales like the Rock Church, cathedral, fortress, park, etc. Fabulous!"

- Read more reviews on TripAdvisor
Virtual Animations
Penguins, Lost World, Island Coaster, Hot Pursuit 2, Hot Pursuit, Future Bike

Want to experience a different kind of ride? Choose your favorites from motorcycle rides, rollercoasters or even dinosaur-riding and jump right in!

Frequently asked questions of Flying Cinema Tour of Helsinki

What is Flying Cinema Tour of Helsinki?

Flying Cinema Tour of Helsinki is a virtual cinema sightseeing ride in Helsinki. As we say, it’s the most exhilarating way to see Helsinki’s sights and attractions – from above and inside.

How does it work?

You’ll find us in Katajanokanlaituri 2 B, just next to Skywheel Helsinki. You can either book your ticket online in advance or walk right in and purchase your ticket from us.

You will sit safely on a moving seating, with light 3D glasses on, buckle up and enjoy the ride. The ride lasts approx. 12 minutes and it takes you to an unforgettable ride over Helsinki.

Where can I find the schedules?

We operate on a non-stop basis. The experience starts every 15 minutes so you don’t need to wait for long in any case. We’re open every day, Sun-Fri from 10 to 18 and Sat from 10 to 19.

Is it scary?

No. Overall the experience is described as nice and beautiful. However there is one scene in the Helsinki film that may spook the smallest children for a while. You can read our visitors’ experiences at Tripadvisor.