Top 5 Things to Do with Kids in Raseborg
Visiting Raseborg with the family? Check out our best tips for experiencing Raseborg with the kids!
1. Events for children
Raseborg offers a wide range of events for kids of all ages, all year round. You can find a list of current and upcoming events for kids in our events calendar. Beyond those, there are many educational and fun activities to choose from. Try a do-it-yourself workshop at the Fiskars Museum, time travel to medieval scenes at the mysterious Raseborg Castle ruins, or learn about the rich plant and animal life and the history of the archipelago at the engaging and interactive Ekenäs Nature Centre.
2. Nature trails
At the Öudden arboretum, you can spot all kinds of fairy tale figures along the Fairy tale path. There are over 50 magical wooden sculptures by Estonian artists, tucked away in clever places for you to discover.
If you have budding biologists on your hands, take a walk through the lush Ramsholmen nature park in Ekenäs. Walk along the paths and discover over 20 species of trees, cute forest mammals, and almost 30 species of birds! Here, the diversity of the flora and fauna rivals any other major nature park in the country. Pick up a Ramsholmen guide from the Raseborg Tourist Information Office and go on a scavenger hunt—the guide contains a clear map of the paths, a registry over the plant and animal life, and plenty of information about the beautiful park.
3. Playgrounds and skate parks
Raseborg has many great playgrounds: In Ekenäs, you can climb the famous ‘Ant’ at the wildly popular Lion Park. The Lion Park is located by the seaside in Stallörsparken within walking distance of the market square and Tourist Office. The park has swings and climbing frames for children of all ages. If you’re heading to Fiskars, you can become the captain of the pirate ship on Fiskars playground! Fiskars playground lies right in the heart of the village and was designed by one of the world’s leading manufacturers of playgrounds, Lappset, together with families in Fiskars Village. The fun skate parks in Fiskars and Karjaa offer challenges for the older ones as well.
4. The Old Water Tower in Ekenäs
Climbing the 164 steps of the old water tower is not for the faint of heart! The brave are rewarded with a 360-degree view over Ekenäs. Pick up the keys from the Ekta Museum, Gustav Wasas gata 11.
Raseborg is a paradise for swimmers with its beautiful beaches and public swimming pool. With a little bit of luck, you’ll end up having the beach to yourself. Remember to pack some sandwiches and plenty of drinks in your picnic basket! If you visit in the fall, winter, or spring, just head to the public swimming pool for a good time.
On most beaches, you’ll find changing stalls, dry toilets, and a dock or lifebuoy.
Bonus tips for a rainy day
For more tips, see the section Raseborg for children and teenagers.