Maunula House is a house for culture, learning, creating and spending time together, as well as a meeting place for visitors of all ages. The building houses four City of Helsinki services: cultural services, library, adult education centre and youth services.

Festivaaliyleisöä Metsäpurosalissa. Kuva Outi Neuvonen.


We implement the Maunula House cultural programme together with local residents. Among other things, we host gigs, concerts, dance events, theatre performances, discussions and children’s events.

Taidenäyttely Maunula-talon aulassa. Kuva Maarit Hohteri.


Come and explore our changing exhibitions or organise your own exhibition. Our exhibition rooms are free of charge for all professional and recreational artists, and there is an open call for them. Please submit your proposal to the Maunula House producer.

Näkymä Maunulan kirjastoon. Kuva Maarit Hohteri.

Maunula Library

The spacious and bright Maunula Library is a comfortable venue for literary events, reading, studying and just spending time. Come and enjoy the library and stimulate your mind with books.

Pyöräilijä lähestyy Maunulan nuorisotaloa. Kuva Virpi Vedenkannas.

Maunula Youth Centre

We offer activities and chances of making a difference to all young people aged 9–18. Come and spend time with your friends, play games, make music and host your own event. Here, you are welcome just as you are.

Maunula-talon musiikkiluokka.

Adult Education Centre

The subjects taught at Maunula House include music, crafts, media, information technology, languages, sports and literature & theatre. The Adult Education Centre information point serves you on the third floor of Maunula House from Monday to Thursday at 10:00–16:00.

Kahvikuppi kahvikoneessa.

Månsas Deli

The Månsas Deli café pampers its customers with delicious soup lunches and pastries. Lunch includes soup, salad, bread, coffee and a bun.

Read more about Månsas Deli here.

We offer plenty of opportunities

Participate in our activity planning, host an event or book a venue for your personal use.