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The Oulu region for families with children

The Oulu region has a vast offering of destinations and events for families with children, in which both kids and parents can enjoy.  The best thing about the vast offering for families with children in the Oulu region is that different kinds of fun things to do can be found for each day of the holiday regardless of the time of year. Several accommodation options in the region make an easy family holiday possible in both the city centre and in the countryside.

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Get to know fascinating science and nature, and delightful children’s culture!

The entire family can learn something new and exciting in the Oulu region’s family destinations: In the science and nature centres of the region you get to know the wonders of the world through exciting exhibitions and events, with which visitors of all ages can challenge themselves! The children’s culture influencers have made a promise for culture-hungry visitors that quality children’s culture will be on offer on every weekend of the year.

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The Oulu region is a child’s favourite playground!

You can make delightful, childish and most memorable holiday memories in the Oulu region. You can spend a family holiday on the sandy beach playing in the water, on adventure trails built in trees, playing in the playgrounds and sleighing or taking an animal safari in the wintry environment. An active day in nature is crowned by a good night’s sleep in quality accommodation, which can be found in the Oulu region from camping sites to hotels, cabins and villas!

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The Oulu region for families with children

How to experience the Oulu region with children

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Oulu is Northern Finland's largest and oldest city, located in the Gulf of Bothnia in the Oulujoki River delta with good access from anywhere. Oulu was founded by King Charles IX of Sweden in 1605, and in the nineteenth century the town was Finland's leading exporter of tar. Today, the city is home to more than 200,000 locals, and is a favourite destination for thousands of domestic and international leisure and business travellers.