Women are pampered at Yrjönkatu
Built in 1928, Yrjönkatu Bath House is the oldest public swimming hall in Finland. The architecture of the building is historically and artistically noteworthy, representing a fine example of Classicism. On the second floor you can find a steam sauna as well as wood and electrically heated saunas.
On Wednesday March 9, 14-21 there will be a special Women’s Day at Yrjönkatu. Women are pampered with Café Yrjö’s delicacies, the swimming hall is lit less lightly, opera-singer Heidi Laakso is singing and with a little fee women can try massage, pedicures and facial treatments.
Entrance: 1st floor – locker 4,60€ and cabin 5€;
2nd floor – 12€/2 h + 6€ extra hours