The views from the top of the 75m Puijon Torni are very impressive; the vast perspectives of (yes, you guess correctly) lakes and forests represent a sort of idealised Finnish vista. Atop the structure is a revolving restaurant, cafe and open-air viewing deck.
This features mostly modern art in temporary exhibitions, but also displays permanent works. Look out for paintings by local Juho Rissanen (1873–1950), whose realistic portraits of working Finns contrasted with the prevalent Romanticism.
You can see weavers at work, browse contemporary art and purchase local designers’ clothing, toys and homewares at this cluster of wooden buildings. There’s a sweet cafe and gallery space.