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Getting to Messukeskus

Public transportation

Arriving by public transportation? Messukeskus is situated right next to Pasila train station. You can also reach us easily by bus or tram.

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Messukeskus parking facilities are situated right next to Messukeskus and have room for 4 600 vehicles. Parking facilities are open 24/7.

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All of our entrances are accessible for people with disabillities and all of our floors can be accessed with elevator. The majority of Messukeskus restaurants are also accessible.



Street address:

Expo Plaza Main entrance | Messuaukio 1, 00520 Helsinki, Finland
Car Park and Expo Car Park entrance | Address for GPS devices: Ratapihantie 17

Approaching map Area Map

Messukeskus Siipi conference centre

Messukeskus Siipi Conference Centre entrance | Rautatieläisenkatu 3
Siipi Car Park | Address for GPS devices: Ratamestarinkatu 13

Messukeskus Siipi conference centre

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Maintenance doors | Check the latest info at -> schedules and entrances

Transport connections Messukeskus

  • Trams from the centre of Helsinki: 7 and 9. Single tickets must be bought before boarding a tram, for example via a mobile app or from a ticket machine. Hämeentie redevelopment work causes changes in tram routes. More information
  • Buses: 506 and 69 to Messukeskus, and buss 551 from Espoo to Pasila railway station
Route search Helsinki Region Transport, timetables Airport bus


  • Trains: all local and long-distance trains (except Allegro trains) stop at Pasila railway station, just a 300-metre walk from Messukeskus.
Train timetables Helsinki Region Map


  • Taxi: A taxi rank can be found in front of Messukeskus. Taxis are allowed to drive right up to the entrance.
  • Airport: I and P trains run from the airport to the nearby Pasila railway station. The journey takes around 30 minutes, and trains leave every 10 minutes in the daytime. By taxi, you can reach Messukeskus in 15–20 minutes.
  • Cruise ships: You can travel to Helsinki by ship from Stockholm, Tallinn, St Petersburg and Travemünde.


Photo: Maija Astikainen

Photo: Maija Astikainen