by Tony Öhberg | Feb 25, 2019
We watched the first three episodes of 'Moominvalley' (2019) to find out if the new adaptation is worth the watch.
by Kathleen Cusack | Feb 11, 2019
I venture to the Finnish Winter Swimming Championships in Turku on a cold weekend at the beginning of February to find out if Finns are crazy.
by Editorial Team | Jan 27, 2019
Here are the most popular baby names in 2016.
by Tony Öhberg | Jan 26, 2019
Finland Today talked to British actress Rosamund Pike about the inner life of Moominmamma.
by Editorial Team | Jan 10, 2019
Here's how Finns celebrate winter on Twitter.
by Richard Bedhall | Jan 10, 2019
In Britain and Finland, kids are encouraged to learn to swim at an early age. That's where the pool culture similarities stop.
by Paulina Bouzas | Jan 9, 2019
As an animal lover, I took a closer look at pet ownership in this Nordic country and found out some of the things that make it unique.
by Anna Viljanen | Jan 8, 2019
This is something I really miss about Finland, they were in every shop and every bakery.
by Tony Öhberg | Jan 7, 2019
Since August 30 last year, about 270,000 people have visited the museum.
by Tony Öhberg | Dec 4, 2018
View the pictures captured by Tony Öhberg for Finland Today.
by Tony Öhberg | Nov 10, 2018
Tomorrow, during Father's Day, it's only recommended that flags are flown to honor fathers but the custom is not stipulated by law.
by Mehdi Ghasemi | Nov 10, 2018
Approximately seventy immigrant authors from about thirty different nationalities reside in Finland.
by Paulina Bouzas | Oct 29, 2018
"I was feeling the call of my ancestors."
by Kathleen Cusack | Oct 27, 2018
I’ve come to embrace the humble herring and even found myself this week eagerly awaiting the opening of the annual herring market in Turku, southwestern Finland.
The fact that Christianity took root in Finland did not displace the old folk beliefs; rather, many practices and beliefs survived alongside Christianity and even merged with it in some cases.
by Richard Bedhall | Oct 24, 2018
We visited a high-profile conference in Espoo to learn about “harnessing the power of artificial intelligence."
by Tony Öhberg | Oct 19, 2018
We attended the historical session at the Nordic Business Forum in Helsinki.
by Editorial Team | Oct 1, 2018
She worked continuously to improve women’s position in society.
by Kathleen Cusack | Sep 9, 2018
Here's the fascinating story of the multiple Olympic winner, Paavo Nurmi.
by Editorial Team | Aug 29, 2018
There are many foreign names on the list.
by Tony Öhberg | Aug 28, 2018
Finland Today visited the premises and captured the architecture of the museum - where the old meets new - in pictures.
by Paulina Bouzas | Aug 15, 2018
"We might be rejected dozens and dozens of times, but we shall not give up."
by Kathleen Cusack | Aug 11, 2018
Most of the items in the exhibition come from a devoted collector of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia.
by Tony Öhberg | Aug 8, 2018
The special mug will be on sale just for the coming Moomin's Day.
by Kathleen Cusack | Jul 26, 2018
The intricately carved castles that I came across in Lappeenranta are nothing short of amazing.
by Kathleen Cusack | Jul 4, 2018
The meticulous excavations, which began in October last year, have now uncovered the cellars and lower levels of two medieval houses as well as part of a street.