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As Finnish architecture is often quite boring, Oodi is a pleasant exception. It looks amazing, there is lots to see inside and from the balcony (3rd floor) there is a great view to the parlament house and music house.
We were told this new library was something special and were not disappointed. It has the most modern and well set up features and as well as being a great library it is a focal point for locals and students to meet have coffee and...More
I read about Oodi shortly after it opened, and when scheduling a work trip Helsinki made this top of the to-visit list. I visited on the evening of my arrival, a rainy Sunday. Maybe it was the weather, or there simply is not much else...More
Oodi is Helsinki’s new central library and a living meeting place. Beautiful architecture, and its something what are really proud of. And for a reason. This the place to go in Helsinki. Maker space, events, cafe, movies, studios and of course books. And lots of...More
This library is fantastic! It's a work of art in itself. There is absolutely so much stuff you can do inside the library from video gaming, sewing, 3D printing, and of course reading. There is also an outdoor space on the roof area. I was...More
A beautiful place to visit. Besides the usual books & media borrowing, there are other unique offerings. Sewing machines, 3D printers, small private meeting rooms, wonderful spaces to just lounge in. Helsinki's main library is truly awesome!
A nice modern library. Good architecture. Worth a stop in as a tourist. It is free. It is unfortunate that the designer covered the windows with white dots to obscure the view out the windows. This is primarily a functional library, not a tourist attraction....More