Kangasala is a growing and developing nature-oriented cultural city. It is located in Pirkanmaa region, just a 15-minute drive from Tampere. Kangasala has been inhabited for over 8,500 years. The ancient Sarsa in Kangasala’s Huutijärvi is one of Finland’s most significant prehistoric settlements. The history of Kangasala includes manors and royalty. Throughout time, the city has been known for its stunning landscapes.

Kangasala has a long tradition as a tourism and cultural city. The region has inspired the provincial song of Pirkanmaa, ‘Kesäpäivä Kangasalla’ (‘Summer Day in Kangasala’), and it was home to Finland’s first organ factory until the 1990s. Events are a vital part of the urban culture.

Among Kangasala’s royal inhabitants were Kaarina Maununtytär and Kaarina Hannuntytär already in 16th century. Additionally, numerous artists and celebrities have vacationed and worked there. Providing accommodation to visitors since 1910, Kangasalan Lepokoti has been a historical lodging place. Today, Kangasala is one of the fastest-growing municipalities in Finland while retaining its unique small-town atmosphere.

Tourist Information

VisitKangasala offers advice, tips and brochures about tourism in the Kangasala area.
We serve by e-mail, phone and social media all year round.
You can pick up brochures and maps from Kangasala city info on Prisma Lentola.

Service point in the Kangasala-talo

Kuohunharjuntie 6
36200 Kangasala
Open all year round Tue–Sat 11am–4pm. Check the exceptions on Kangasala-talo’s website.

Travel advice by phone and email
+350 315 2854

Kangasala guide reservations and inquiries
+358 41 314 7221

Contact information
+358 41 732 1758

Visiting address: Kunnantie 1, 36200 Kangasala
Postal address: PO Box 50, 36201 Kangasala

Visit Kangasala is part of the operations of Business Kangasala Ltd. Read more here.