Pop-Up Kids’ Lab 5-6.7.2023

Are you interested in marine biology? Become an archipelago researcher for a while! Pop-Up Kids’ Lab at Viking Centre on Wed 5 July at 14-18 & Thu 6 July at 10-13.30.

Matka Nordic Travel Fair 2023

We are participating in the Travel Fair at Helsinki Expo and Convention Centre on January 20-22, 2023. Welcome to booth 6n2, we look forward to meeting you!

Welcome Cyclist -badge

In the summer of 2022, our café was awarded the Welcome Cyclist -badge! You can find more information about the Welcome Cyclist -program and all companies that have received the badge on the page

Yule in Viking style

Welome to celebrate Yule with us in the Viking village on Saturday 18 December 2021! Take part in fun program, and enjoy a delicious dinner in Viking style in the Chieftain’s Hall.

Autumn holiday in Viking village

Welcome to explore the Viking village on autumn holiday! You can among other things try on a Viking warrior’s outfit, practice sword fighting and play varpa or relax and enjoy the archipelago autumn.

The Viking Centre and café are open on autumn holiday on 18-19 October 2019 at 10.00-16.00, lunch at 11.30-16.00. See Viking village’s opening hours, and book accommodation online.

Café Windrose’s breakfast

This summer also others than groups and guests staying in the Viking Village have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious breakfast at the Café Windrose. Breakfast is served at a buffet at 9.00 on certain days, and more dates will be available as we receive bookings for accommodation. Read more and book breakfast online

Winter Viking Games

We arrange the first ever Winter Viking Games in Rosala Viking Centre on Saturday 23 February 2019! The new event is well suited for the whole family.

Bicycle rental

Now you can rent a bicycle from the Viking Centre! You can also return a bicycle you rented from another Carfield partner to us. Rental bicycles are perfect for both short and long journeys – for example, the Coastal Route! See prices for rental bikes, and read more about bike rental Carfield.

Dinners in the Chieftain Hall Rodeborg

News 2017: Now you can book a dinner in Viking style in the astounding Chieftain Hall even for individual travellers! We feast on summer evenings at 6 pm, and also for example on autumn holiday. No minimum group size, you can book a seat for one or bring the extended family, we have room for 80 persons to sit comfortably at once. Read more about dinner in the Chieftain’s hall.

Archipelago HopOn HopOff

Archipelago HopOn HopOff is an entirely new concept, that you can use to easily book a trip to the archipelago also when travelling without you own car. For example, you can book a day trip to the Rosala Viking Centre and the bus will take you from Helsinki all the way to Rosala and Hitis, every Thursday in July 2017.

Event calendar

The event calendar for 2017 has been updated! We begin with a session opening on Saturday, 20th May 2017.

You’ll find the events also on Facebook:

Rosala Viking Wheat Beer

This year, the Viking Centre can offer you a completely unique beer of your own! For the first time, our visitors will get to taste a traditionally brewed wheat beer, developed together with the local brewery Rousal Brygghus.

Due to popular demand we have run out of Rosala Viking Wheat Beer! We’ll have a new go at it next summer, meanwhile you can try another Rousal Brygghus specialty, a light Single Malt lager beer.

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Delicious Viking menus

We want to improve our service on the restaurant side as well, and we’ve now come up with three new menus for you to choose from when you book your Viking dinner! Read more about what you get to experience during a Chieftain’s Feast!

New programme: Archaeology

The archaeological test site in the Viking village comes alive with metal detectors and other excavation tools! Together with a guide, you get to familiarise yourself with the process of an archaeological excavation.

Here’s a look at what’s new in the museum shop for 2016, as well as some other items of interest!

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