The walking tour introduces us to the life of artist Ellen Thesleff and her neighbourhood around Bulevardi and Esplanadi. What did Helsinki look and feel like when Thesleff moved to the city as a young girl in the 1880s? How about later when Thesleff had become a cosmopolitan artist? The tour takes about 90 minutes and ends in Kluuvi at Fazer’s café – Karl Fazer’s confectionery store and café was one of Ellen Thesleff’s favourite places in Helsinki. After the tour it is possible to have a chat with the guide over a cup of tea. The guide has a sound amplifier on the tour.
Guide: Tuulia-Tuulia Tummavuori is a historian and a nature and wilderness guide. She works as a history and nature guide in Uusimaa and a researcher in the fields of history and museology.
Starting place: By the little pond in Sinebrychoff’s park, Sinebrychoffinkatu 1, Helsinki
Length of the tour: 90 min.
Language of the guided tour: English
Maximum number of participants: 20
1-5 persons: 135 e (+vat 24%)
6-10 persons: 225 e (+vat 24%)
11-20 persons: 300 e (+vat 24%)
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