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Lahti Ski Museum

Salpausselaenkatu 8 | Sports Center, Lahti 15110, Finland
+358 3 8144523
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The only ski jump tower which you can swim down of it

We visited this ski jump museum and take a chair lift go up to the tallest tower for the Lahti... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
YHCFinland
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Lahti, Finland
via mobile
Lahti Ski Museum

You will see ski history of this Nordic country, and history of local and international Finnish... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2017
Erokan
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Istanbul, Turkey
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Salpausselaenkatu 8 | Sports Center, Lahti 15110, Finland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited this ski jump museum and take a chair lift go up to the tallest tower for the Lahti view.You can also swimming during the summer on the ski jump down,this is the world only one Ski Jump Tower which has swimming pool down...More

Thank YHCFinland
Reviewed 19 May 2017

You will see ski history of this Nordic country, and history of local and international Finnish champions. Very well organised place there are some attractive games in addition. I like it, broke artificial ski jump record of mine as 110meters :-)

Thank Erokan
Reviewed 30 October 2016

Lahti, Finland been hosting every year Nordic Winter Ski Game and next year will be the largest in Nordic countries,I like the place because the location is only 1 hr drive from Helsinki by car. And if without ski game,you can come to ski here...More

1  Thank YHCFinland
Reviewed 16 September 2016

An interesting and very informative experience, with displays and tutorials explaining the history of skiing plus hands on exhibits and games for younger people

Thank Cold_Expat
Reviewed 20 August 2015

This museum is small but it does have some cool stuff in it. There are interactive ski jumping simulations, a laser gun type game, and a reaction time game which I found were fun.

Thank Shelby A
Reviewed 3 August 2015

In fact to go on top of the ski jump there is a small trip :-) 5~10 minutes walk to ski jump in path through the forrest near to ski jump. Then ticket for 15 Euro and you are going to the top and you...More

Thank Marcin M
Reviewed 1 March 2015

This museum is small, and hidden. It's address seems be large concrete building where are offices and seats on games. Actually is smaller building that have same street number (8) and wooden wall, after you see it you know you are right place after the...More

1  Thank NinjaGuardian
Reviewed 5 February 2015 via mobile

If you visit Lahti and like the winter sports, this is the place to go to feel the part of Finnish winter sport history. And yes, it's always so fun to play around with a ski jumping simulator and other activities.

Thank Esa P
Reviewed 3 September 2014

The Lahti Ski Museum is a relatively small museum (easily seen in less than an hour). The first part of the museum covers the history of skiing in Finland, mainly as it relates to cross-country skiing and ski jumping but also touches on the role...More

1  Thank Markus1995
Reviewed 20 July 2014

Fun place, not so large and fuzzy, but great for kids. I liked ski jumping simulator and shooting range.

Thank Kaakko
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