Fell Lapland Visitor Centre

An exhibition about the Sámi culture in the Fell Lapland visitor centre.

Welcome to Fell Lapland Visitor Centre

At the Fell Lapland Visitor Centre, our customer service will help you find your way around the Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park and its finest hiking routes. The Visitor Centre’s free Vuovjjuš-Kulkijat exhibition introduces visitors to Sámi culture and fell nature. You can also visit the changing art exhibition. We organise Nature Talks and numerous other events during the year. We offer maps and local products at our shops, and you can enjoy a tasty treat at the café's while reading the daily paper. The Visitor Centre is accessible and suitable for families with children.

Opening Hours in 2020

28.9.–31.12. Mon–Fri 9am–4pm 
 
Closed 6.11. and 24.–25.12.
 

Opening Hours in 2021

1.1.–28.2. Mon–Fri 9am–4pm
1.3.–2.5. Mon–Sun 9am–5pm 
3.5.–30.5. Mon–Fri 9am–4pm
31.5.–3.10. Mon–Sun 9am–5pm 
4.10.–12.12. Mon–Fri 9am–4pm
13.12.–31.12. Mon–Sun 10am–5pm 

Closed 1.1., 13.5. and 24.–25.12.

Free entry.

Cafe Peura 

Check opening hours from facebook.com (in Finnish)

Mon–Fri 11am–6pm
Lunch Mon–Fri 11am–3pm

Contact Information

Address: Peuratie 15, 99400 Enontekiö
Telephone: +358 206 39 7950
E-mail: tunturi-lappi(at)metsa.fi

Gateway to the Arctic

Location: Northern Lapland, Enontekiö (tosilappi.fi) Parish Hetta. Read more.

Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more.

Visit: There is no entrance fee to the visitor centre. Guided group tours cost €50/group/hour and they must be booked in advance. Read more.

Things to Do and See: The Vuovjjuš - Wanderers exhibition and other permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions, children's exhibition, movie theatre Kino Hetta, Peuranpolku Nature Trail, and Jyppyrä vantage point. A short film about northern nature and culture. Read more.

Suitability: A destination for visitors interested in the nature and culture of Fell Lapland; also ideal for families with children. The exhibitions are accessible to all. There is a toilet for the disabled in the building. Unfortunately pets are not welcome inside.

Services: Pulmuspuoti shop, hiking information, Cafe Peura (facebook.com, in Finnish), auditorium rental, reservation and keys to reservation and rental huts, and fishing, hunting, and cross-country traffic permits, tourist information services in Enontekiö area and free WiFi. Read more.

The Nature Centre is managed by Metsähallitus.

This is the web page www.nationalparks.fi/felllaplandvisitorcentre.