The Fell Lapland Visitor Centre presents the genuine Nomadic Sámi Culture, the diversity of northern nature and the history of tourism in Enontekiö.
From the Visitor Centre, you can get advice for your hiking and skiing trips, buy maps and fishing and hunting permits. We also rent the wilderness huts at the National park and wilderness areas.
The permanent exhibition is Vuovjjuš – Wanderers. Vuovjjuš describes the Nomadic Sámi, the tenacious and self sufficient people who dwell in the fells. In addition, there are several changing exhibitions on science and arts.
Wanderers in the north and 8 season exhibitions, and the Yrjö Kokko library present the expeditions, clergy and artists who have influenced in Enontekiö. All eight seasons are filled with magic – the power of the changing light.
The hiking and skiing trails are easlily accessible from the Visitor Centre, in wintertime there is also a snowshoe route close by.
Tourist information is in Fell Lapland Visitor Centre.
Cafe Pulmunen is a welcoming place for a coffee break, open from Monday to Friday. The café serves homemade products. There is also a computer the customers can use.
You can book a guided tour in the exhibitions, maximum group size is 30 people and the price 50€ / hour / group.
The auditorium shows many short movies about the culture and the nature in Enontekiö without cost, ask at the reception.
Kino Hetta is situated in Fell Lapland Visitor Centre, too. Movies are shown once a week, on Friday evening. Kino Hetta is closed in summer.
Open in 2017
Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Mon-Sun 9 am-5 pm
Mon-Fri 9 am–4 pm
Mon-Sun 9 am–5 pm
Mon-Fri 9 am –4 pm
6.1., 1.5., 25.5. and 25.12.
We reserve the right to change the opening hours.