Tytyri Mine Experience can be entered only when accompanied by a guide. Guided tours of the mine can be arranged for groups at any time of year. Public tours are arranged in accordance with the schedule below. No reservations are necessary for public tours of the mine. For groups of more than ten, a reservation is always essential. You can find more information on group visits from here
Public tours in English
Once a month on Saturdays. Tourdates:
SAT 1.2. at 1 PM
SAT 7.3. at 1 PM
SAT 4.4. at 1 PM
SAT 2.5. at 1 PM
Public tours in Finnish
1st February to 31st May:
SAT at 2 PM and
SUN at 11 AM (children's tour)
Geological tours in Finnish
SAT 15.2. at 11 AM
SAT 21.3. at 11 AM
SAT 25.4. at 11 AM
SAT 23.5. at 11 AM
*Closed on holidays
Public tour prices
EUR 18 per adult
EUR 10 per child or teen (5-16 years)
EUR 49 Family package (for two adults and max. three children)
EUR 15 per person for pensioners, students and conscripts. When buying your ticket, please show the card entitling you to a discount.
You can pay with cash, bank card or credit card. Smartum or museum card do not work as a payment.
Groups of 1–20 people:
EUR 18 per adult
EUR 9 per child or teen (5–16 years)
The minimum charge for a group is EUR 120.
Groups of 20-40 people:
EUR 16 per adult
EUR 9 per child or teen (5-16 years)
Groups of over 40 people:
EUR 15 per adult
EUR 8 per child or teen (5-16 years)
Prices for the thematic tours and plays are given on the web pages for those events.
Rental of the Tytyri Hall
1 hour: EUR 250
2 hours: EUR 300
3 hours: EUR 350
4 hours: EUR 450
5 hours: EUR 550
6 hours: EUR 650
7 hours to 12 hours: EUR 700
The guided tour is available for 8 EUR per person if Tytyri-hall is rented for 5 hours or more.
Rent prices include value-added tax 24%
Service of food and coffee in the Tytyri Hall can be ordered from a catering service. Read more on the Tytyri Hall page from here.
Good to know
The temperature in the Mine Experience is +8 °C throughout the year. In the Tytyri Hall, the temperature is around +20 °C
Suitable clothing and footwear
Good walking shoes and warm clothing. Each visitor will be given a helmet at the beginning of the tour.
Descending to the Mine Experience level (-110 metres)
Visitors are brought down 110 metres to the Mine with Kone’s experience lift. The lift moves at 10 metres per second, and carries 20 people at a time.
Payment methods in Tytyri Mine Experience are by cash, by debit or credit card. Group visits can also be paid by invoice.
Moving in the Tytyri Mine Experience
During the course of the guided tour, we will walk about one kilometre. Except for a few steps along the way, the whole path is level and gravel-covered. The guided tour lasts around 1 hour.
Visitors to the Tytyri Mine Experience are served at ground level by the visitors’s reception area. All tours depart from the visitor’s house of Tytyri Mine Experience, and also end there. The house has a customer service and ticket sales desk, a souvenir shop, and WC facilities. While still at the visitor's house, each visitor will be given a safety helmet, and if necessary a jacket or blanket.
Cancellation terms and conditions
The confirmed charge for cancellation of a Tytyri Hall reservation or of the guided tour is 25% of the total cost of the reservation, and is charged if the cancellation made later than 7 days before the date of the reservation and/or tour.
If the cancellation is made later than 24 hours before the date of the reservation and/or tour, the full price will be charged.
Tytyri Mine Experience is easily reached, from near or far.
Address: Kuilukatu 42, 08100 Lohja
From the Helsinki direction
Motorway E18 branches northward to Lohja at intersection 23. From there, drive 25 km along the Hanko–Hyvinkää road to the centre of Lohja. Continue straight along Suurlohjankatu and on to Karstuntie, and from there follow the signs. At the third roundabout after the intersection, turn onto Kuilukatu and drive to the end of that street. Kuilukatu ends in a car park, and next to it is the visitors’ entrance for Tytyri Mine Experience.
From the Turku direction
Motorway E18 branches northward to Lohja at intersection 22. Drive to the end of Hossantie, and turn left onto Karstuntie. At the third roundabout after the intersection, turn onto Kuilukatu and drive to the end of that street. Kuilukatu ends in a car park, and next to it is the visitors’ entrance for Tytyri Mine Experience.