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Sigyn Hall is built in the grounds of the shipyard hall completed in 1928 and the rope factory built in 1934. The Sigyn hall and its reception areas combine old shipyard atmosphere with internationally recognised modern architecture, and provide excellent facilities for concerts, seminars and events.
Sinappi is located on the idyllic Kakskerta island. This stylish, modern course and camp centre welcomes up to 60 guests in the main building. Half of the facilities are easily accessible, including the spacious sauna. A special feature of the courtyard is Lilla Staffans, designed by Erik Bryggman in the 1940s. The sea-side camp centre is perfect for bringing your meeting to the seashore sauna with a sunset swim.
The main library has meeting, event, and exhibition facilities of various sizes available for rent. The facilities can be used during the opening hours of the library. Other times may be agreed on in exceptional cases. An additional fee will be charged if the facilities are used outside opening hours. A meeting room can be rented from the News Square (Uutistori) in the Main Library or online.
Lords’ Cellar is one of the most unusual and intimate rooms of the Main Castle. The Cellar has an arched ceiling that differs from other conventional arched structures of the time. The atmospheric arches were built in the 14th century. The Land Court established in Turku by Eric of Pomerania held its sessions in the Lords’ Cellar. The Cellar may be rented for closed events when deemed appropriate.