Haihara Art Centre combines the Manor House milieu with modern art. There you can revive your soul and satisfy your craving for culture. During the summer months Haihara’s surroundings are filled with art exhibitions, puppet theatre shows and park concerts, in addition to these you can also participate in art courses. In the 200-year-old workers’ quarter building you can find the Summer Café Kahvikammari, where you can enjoy baked goods and other refreshments.
The Manor House surroundings include various historical buildings, one of them being the old military's official residence where our national poet J. L. Rubneberg spend the summer of 1834 with his wife. The Manor House Park leads all the way down to the Kaukajärvi Lake. This coppice forms a valuable vegetation area.
Hiring Haihara Manor
Tel. +358 3 5656 6137 (Cultural Affairs)
Coming from Tampere city centre, drive straight down Kalevantie - Messukyläntie for about 6 kilometres. After the overpass of highway number 9, turn right onto Juvankatu at the next traffic lights. From the very next crossroads, turn left to Kirsikatu. Approximately 500 metres later the road will curve to the right and become Haiharankatu. You will find the Haihara estate on the right-hand side of the road.
Bus number 15 goes from the Central Square to Haihara. The terminus is next to the Haihara estate. The bus runs every 30 minutes.