Tampere and the Tampere Region are together applying to become a European Capital of Culture and we want you to join us. We want to permanently increase the quality of life of our residents and strengthen the Tampere Region’s cultural expression without forgetting the international aspect. Inform, discuss, comment - be part of our journey!
City of Tampere provides many kind of cultural and leisure activities that are open to all residents of Tampere and to visitors. People come to enjoy Tampere's interesting museums and various cultural events and outdoor and recreational activities even from far away.
On these pages you will find information on diverse events and cultural programmes, museums, concerts, sports and exercise facilities, beaches, skiing routes, and rambling and recreation sites.
Juhani Harri retrospective at Sara Hildén Art Museum
The large-scale retrospective exhibition of Finnish artist Juhani Harri (1939–2003) includes over 100 works from 1960 until 2002.
Tampere gets over MEUR 3 of EU funding for improving urban and event security
The Tampere Region has the largest security competence cluster in Finland. Security is also an increasingly crucial competitive factor in international event hosting applications, for example. The funding facilitates the creation of pioneering solutions for improving the daily security of residents and visitors.
Down by the Lake 14 years of Tampere-Düsseldorf-Artist-in-Residence Programme is open at Haihara Art Center 10.8.-1.9.2019
The Haihara Art Center will exhibit a contemporary art exhibition from August 10th to September 1st 2019 Down by the Lake -14 Years of Tampere-Düsseldorf Artist-in-Residence-programme. The art exhibition features a wide variety of works by contemporary artists from Pirkanmaa and Düsseldorf.