Slottsknekten's hut functions as a restaurant and cafeteria in a historical building from 1893 adjacent to Raseborg Castle ruins.


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Opening hours at 2020:

May: Closed

June: 3.6-21.6 wednesday-friday 10-17

22.6-30.6 Every day 10-19

July: Every day 10-19

August-December: Events and groupbookings

Address:Raseborgs slottsväg 110,10710 Snappertuna,Finland

Raseborg Castle ruins

Raseborg Castle served as the administrative center in Western Uusimaa during the medieval period. The history of this royal castle includes thousands of stories with themes ranging from a spellbinding tale of love and the shipwreck of a treasure ship to the collapse of beer cellars and the end of the castle's era of glory.

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Opening hours 2020:

May:Everyday 10-17

June:1.6-21.6. 10.00-17.00, 22.6-30.6 10.00-20.00

July: Every day 10-20

August: 1.8-9.8 10.00-20.00

9.8-31.8 10.00-17.00

September: sat-sun 10-17

October: Events and groupbookings

November: Events and groupbookings

December: Events and groupbookings

Tickets and prices:

Adult: 7€

Children (7-15 years) 3€   and under 7 years free of charge

We accept also Museokortti, Smartum and ePassi.

Guided tours 27.6-1.8

Wednesdays at 12pm and 2pm in finnish.

Saturdays and sundays at 12 pm and 2 pm guided tour with multiple languages (finnish,swedish and english). 

For guided tour in english,please ask the guide.

 Price 5 € (+ticket) for adults and children 7-15 years 1€ (+ticket). Children under 7 free of charge.

You can buy a guided tour before hand from our webshop. Price 11€/adult.(normal price 12€)

Guided tour for groups 85€/ 1h

Groupbookings are possible all year round.

Address:Raseborgs slottsväg 110,10710 Snappertuna

PLEASE FOLLOW THE SIGNS WHEN ARRIVING TO THE CASTE RUINS.Google maps and many navigators show a route via a private road.

Please note that there are steep steps and uneven terrain in the castle ruins, and the castle and Lovers' Path are unsuitable for people with disabilities. The castle surroundings and walkways offer easy access.

Dogs are welcome to the area but it is not allowed to take dogs inside the castle.