Christmas Path on Sunday 15th of December at
The Seurasaari Christmas Path (Joulupolku) is a
free pre-Christmas event for children and families with children in the
Helsinki region, offering visitors peeks into the fairy-tale world,
old-time Christmas and the message of the first Christmas.
Arrival at Seurasaari
There are not a lot of parking spaces for private
car so it is best to use public transportation.
Some Advice to Visitors of the Christmas Path
CBy the bridge there are spruces onto which the children may attach their self-made Christmas decorations. Christmas porridge will be offered to the children, so be sure to bring spoons and plates with you. It is also a good idea to bring along a flashlight, which can light up the wonders of the forest in the twilight. It is possible to light a candle of peace by the Christmas Path.
The children may also "give up the dummy” on the Christ-mas Path. Be sure to bundle up warmly. Visitors of the Christmas Path are served by the restaurant and the kiosk on Seurasaari as well as by a few campfire sites and spots for grilling sausages. On the island, there are also some nice places for eating your own packed lunch.
Warm Clothing and Christmas Spirit Help Enjoy the Christmas Path Tour!
Makers of the Christmas Path
Besides hundreds of volunteers, a great number of organisations, educational establish-ments, the church, companies and communities have all participated in the voluntary work, which enables the Christmas Path event.
Marjaliisa Kauppinen, Joulupolku association
Päivi Munther, City of Helsinki
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