Wondering what are the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter?
Well…Rovaniemi in winter is magical!
You will come across many options of things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, that you might not have even thought of. It can be a daunting task to decide between the numerous choices, especially if you have limited time. But don’t worry! I have compiled a list of the top recommended attractions and things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, which will help you make the most of your experience.
I know…this list is pretty long. That is the reason this guide contains a list of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, categorized by interests. This will make it easier for you to plan your trip and prioritize the activities based on the time you have available and what you are most interested in exploring. Either if you want to embrace the Northern lights hunting, go hiking in Pyha-Luosto National Park or go on a magical reindeer sledding.
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Top Things to Do in Rovaniemi in Winter
1. Enjoy Rovaniemi Town in Winter
The Rovaniemi town itself is very charming and is a great place to wander around. As the official ‘hometown of Santa Claus’, Rovaniemi has so much to offer. First of all, there are several quirky gift stores in town where you can pick up some festive items or a few souvenirs. Popular options include the Arctic Design Shop and the Korundi Shop.
You’ll also find plenty of great bars and restaurants in Rovaniemi, so you won’t run out of dining options. However, it’s not just the amenities that make this place so great, it’s the atmosphere. With snow-covered buildings, plenty of winter activities, and a festive vibe, there’s no better place to visit in winter – especially if you’re looking to get in the Christmas spirit.
2. Catch the Northern Lights in Rovaniemi
📷 Recommended Tour: Lapland Northern Lights Tour with BBQ
Thanks to Rovaniemi’s location along the Arctic Circle, it’s a great place to spot the Northern Lights. The Aurora Borealis season typically starts towards the end of August and finishes at the start of April. These gorgeous light displays are generally seen after 10 pm, however, they can be spotting into the morning.
Sometimes you can marvel at them for hours, or you may only get a quick glimpse, it all depends on the weather. Now, you can either keep an eye out for them yourself (and have a handy Aurora app on your phone), or you can head out on a tour. In terms of the latter, just keep in mind that this is a natural phenomenon, so there’s no guarantee that you’ll spot them.
3. Visit Santa Claus at the Santa Claus Village
📷 Recommended Tour: Santa Claus Village tour + Arctic animals adventure
Visiting Santa Claus is undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter! He can be found at Santa Claus Village, which is around a 7-minute drive from the city center. Better yet, you can visit him every day of the year and entry is free.
When it comes to meeting Father Christmas, there are two locations; the Santa Claus Office and Christmas House. No matter which one you choose, you’re in for a festive and memorable experience. This is a great activity for families especially, as children love Father Christmas. Not only that, but it’s also possible to meet Mrs Santa Claus and the famous reindeer.
Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this awesome experience! Even you have no kids, this is a great place to visit during your trip to Rovaniemi in winter.
4. Visit Santa Part II at The Home Cavern of Santa Claus
Not had enough of Santa Claus yet? Well, then head to Santa Park where you can meet him again! You’ll be able to take plenty of awesome photographs, and there’s even the chance to purchase an official photo. As well as meeting Father Christmas at the Home Cavern of Santa Claus, there are tons of other awesome activities on offer.
Elf School is another cool attraction that’s really popular with the little ones. There’s also the Magic Train which will take you through the world of Christmas, as well as Mrs. Gingerbread’s bakery, where you and the family can decorate your own gingerbread cookie!
Santa Park is located just before Santa Claus Village and is around a 6-minute drive out of Rovaniemi. If you have the time, try to visit both.
💡INSIDER TIP: If you don’t have kids, I would easily scape this activity. Besides being a cute place, there is not much to do if you don’t have kids, and honestly, I paid 34,00 €/adult and I spent only 1 hour here. So, if you don’t have kids, I would skip this activity as you will find plenty of amazing things to do in Rovaniemi in winter.
5. Sleep in a Snow Hotel
One of the more unique things to do in Rovaniemi in winter is to stay in a Snow Hotel. The Arctic Snow Hotel is one of the world’s largest snow hotels, as it sleeps around 70 people. It’s carved every year so is always unique and opens around mid-December. The room temperatures at this hotel are between 0–5C°, but you’ll have a cozy sleeping bag to keep you warm.
There are a variety of rooms to choose from and each one is decorated with illuminated artwork and ice art. They also have electric lighting and there are rooms suitable for couples, three travelers, and families.
Better yet, the Arctic Snow Hotel offers an Aurora Alarm. So if the Northern Lights are present, you’ll be notified so you don’t miss out!
🔎Read the full guide – More great glass igloos to stay in Rovaniemi can be found in this best glass igloos to see the Northern Lights guide.
6. Nili Restaurant to indulge the best flavors of Lapland
If you really want to try the exotic Lappish cuisine, Nili Restaurant is one of the best eateries in Rovaniemi. It’s set in the heart of the city and is known for its authentic Lappish dishes. As such, it’s the best place to dine if you’re looking to try the local cuisine. The restaurant is set into three different parts and all the furnishings are made of genuine handicrafts and materials, such as Lappish wood.
Not only is the atmosphere and decor fantastic, but the food is delicious. Here, you can try a variety of local dishes including salmon soup, reindeer, arctic cod, and bear meat. There are also plenty of tasty desserts on offer including chocolate fondant, crème brulée, and tiramsu. Of course, you’ll have lots of drink options too!
7. Grab Breakfast at Café Koti
To start your day off, make sure you grab breakfast at Café Koti. With an easygoing atmosphere and delicious food, this place is a must-visit, especially as they offer a traditional Finnish buffet breakfast.
This breakfast is very affordable and includes home-baked bread, boiled eggs, cold cuts, and cheese. Also on offer are oatmeal, natural yogurt and berries, fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade granola, and jam. Not to mention the cookies! Freshly ground coffee, tea, and juices are included too.
You will get great value for your money at Café Koti, and their generous portions will keep you fueled for a full day of exploring. If you’re on a budget, they also offer buffet lunches featuring dishes such as salmon soup, pasta, moussaka, and tacos.
8. Definitely Have Dinner at Gustav Kitchen & Bar
Gustav Kitchen & Bar is my personal favorite option for a fine dine in Rovaniemi during your winter trip. The food here is to die for, and all dishes are made with high-quality ingredients. The homemade sourdough bread is a real highlight, and you can opt for sides to accompany it such as olives, cheeses, or cold cuts.
In terms of the main dishes, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re in the mood for seafood, steak, or vegetarian dishes, this place is sure to have something you’ll fancy. Not to mention the tasty desserts on offer.
If you want a unique experience, you can also have dinner in an igloo! There are two heated igloos available and these can be booked for private dining. Just be aware that there’s a minimum spend.
💡 INSIDER TIP: I highly recommend the homemade bread with the warm butter – yummy, it is to die for! And the Porcini mushroom risotto ennobled with crispy kale and grilled apple…O-M-G! Oh, and don’t forget to make reservations in advance!
9. Arktikum Science Center and Museum
📷 Recommended Tour: Rovaniemi walking tour and guided Arktikum experience
Another unique experience during your Lapland winter vacation is visiting the Arktikum Science Museum. Here you can traverse long glass-tunnel shelters exhibiting the remote Sámi culture and their crafts.
You’ll also learn more about the stories on the Arctic, such as the Arctic in Change, where they present information on nature, cultures, and adaption to extreme circumstances. These exhibits also highlight climate change and the status of the indigenous people, so they’re certainly an eye-opener.
Although there are so many things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, don’t rush your time at this museum! In its foreground, there’s also Arktikum Beach Park, which is known for its flora and Northern Lights sightings.
10. Pilke Museum
There’s no shortage of things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, but I’d recommend including Pilke Museum on your itinerary. This science center is located near the Arctic Circle, along the banks of the river Ounasjoki.
Here, you’ll get to learn all about the Northern Forests, including issues that are currently affecting them. You’ll get to wander through an indoor forest, and the exhibits will detail why these forests are so important to Finnish culture, the local people, and the wildlife that live here. It’s a unique experience to be sure!
On-site, there’s also the Pilke Shop where you can pick up some great souvenirs. All of the items here are somehow connected to the country’s forests, and this includes notebooks and decorations, among other items.
11. Korundi Art Museum
While in Rovaniemi, make sure you head to Korundi Art Museum. Here, you’ll explore high-quality exhibitions from across the Arctic region. There are over 3,500 works to see, meaning this museum has a hugely significant collection of Finnish contemporary art.
These pieces date from the 1940s to the present day, so you’ll get to see how art has changed throughout this period. This includes the different materials used, as well as the range of changing techniques. Many people choose to just visit the museum self-guided, but guided exhibition tours are available if you want to learn more about the artists and their pieces.
💡 INSIDER TIP: If you want to save money, the Korundi Art Museum is free to enter every Thursday between 4 pm – 6 pm.
12. Visit the Korundi House of Culture
The Korundi House of Culture is actually where the Korundi Art Museum is located. However, this place is also home to the Lapland Chamber Orchestra. It’s set in a quirky red-brick building that used to be a bus depot which luckily, managed to survive WWII.
On-site, there’s also Korundi Kitchen & Café which offers a fresh buffet lunch. Before leaving, I’d suggest heading to the Korundi Shop too, which offers a range of high-quality products such as ornaments, jewelry, mugs, and food.
Gigs are also held at the Korundi House of Culture so why not check to see if something’s on during your stay in Rovaniemi? Honestly, this place has something for everyone, especially if you’re interested in the arts. It’s a great activity for those poor weather days too!
Best Things to Do in Rovaniemi in Winter for Outdoor Lovers
13. Visit a Reindeer Farm and go Reindeer Sledding
📷 Recommended Tour: Rovaniemi: Reindeer, Huskies & Santa Claus Village
In my opinion, no trip to Rovaniemi is complete without visiting a reindeer farm. This will give you the chance to get up close and personal with these gorgeous creatures, and snap a couple of photographs, making it the perfect activity for animal lovers!
Visiting a reindeer farm also means you’ll get to learn all about how these animals are cared for, as well as go reindeer sledding. The latter is an experience like no other, and you’ll even get to drive the sled yourself once the herders have given you some instructions!
Going on a tour (like the one above) is a popular option, as it includes transport, so you won’t have to worry about getting there.
🔎Read the full guide – I wrote a very detailed guide on everything you can expect when you visit a reindeer farm plus all the top tours you should consider.
14. Go Dog Sledding
📷 Recommended Tour: Snowy Trails Husky Safari from Rovaniemi
Dog sledding is undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter! When it comes to this activity, you’ll want to visit a local husky farm, where you’ll learn about how these dogs are trained, and their breeding, as well as husky races.
Like with the reindeer farm, you’ll get up close with these gorgeous pooches, so take plenty of photographs. Afterward, head out on a husky sled ride which offers one of the best ways to appreciate the snowy Finnish landscapes. Not only that, but you’ll get to see how skilled these dogs are, and you’ll get a true taste of how people used to get around in these remote areas.
15. Go Ice Fishing
📷 Recommended Tour: Rovaniemi: 5-Hour Snowmobile and Ice Fishing Adventure
If you’re looking for unique things to do in Rovaniemi in winter then why not go ice fishing? Essentially, you’ll need to carve a hole in the ice, and will then fish through this. It’s a really cool experience, especially for those who love fishing already!
There are plenty of fantastic tours on offer that include ice fishing so you’ll be spoilt for choice. Some of them also include other active winter activities such as snowmobiling so you’ll get the best of both worlds.
Just make sure you wrap up warm! Sitting around waiting for the fish can be a chilly experience, which is why many tours base this activity near a local cabin or even just a vehicle, giving people the chance to warm up.
16. Experience the Traditional Finnish Sauna
📷 Recommended Tour: Rovaniemi: Snow Sauna Experience with Dinner
This is an absolute must-do while in Rovaniemi. Not only is it a very relaxing activity, but you’ll be doing something that’s a huge part of the country’s culture. In fact, many of the locals visit these saunas every day!
A traditional Finnish sauna uses dry heat, with temperatures ranging from 70 to 100 Celsius degrees (158 – 212°F). Unlike other saunas and steam rooms, the humidity is only around 5-20%, so it’s much more bearable.
The great thing about Finnish saunas is that they have plenty of fantastic health benefits. This includes detoxification, music relaxation, and skin care, as well as reducing blood pressure. They’re also great for helping to reduce stress! What more could you ask for?
17. Go on a Rovaniemi Snowmobile Safari
📷 Recommended Tour: Rovaniemi: Snowmobile Safari, Reindeer & Husky Sleigh Ride
There are plenty of awesome snowy activities on offer in Rovaniemi. Many of them are relatively low-key such as snowshoeing, however, there are more adventurous options out there. One of these is snowmobiling, where you’ll truly be in for an adventure!
Riding around the area’s forest trails is an experience like no other. Not to mention, a snowmobile is one of the more traditional transport options when it comes to traversing Finland’s snowy landscapes.
If you’re worried about the environmental impact, then you don’t have to worry! Rovaniemi is one of the only places in the world, where you can head out on an electric snowmobile safari. That way, you can still have fun but you don’t need to worry about the emissions!
18. Ranua Wildlife Park Day: Visit the Arctic Animals
📷 Recommended Tour: Rauna Wildlife Park day tour
Rauna Wildlife Park is around an hour’s drive from the city and is one of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter. It’s home to around 50 different species of wildlife, and the center specializes in arctic and Northern species.
This awesome Rauna Wildlife Park day tour lasts for around 6 hours and includes your entrance fee, transport, and winter clothes. You’ll also have a professional guide with you, so you’ll get to learn all about the different characteristics and living habits of the animals found here.
Some of the species found at this wildlife park include the polar bear, arctic fox, brown bear, grey wolf, and lynx. There are also beavers, otters, musk ox, reindeer, and plenty of birdlife, including golden eagles and geese.
19. Fat biking in the snow
A fat bike is essentially a standard bike but with hugely inflated tires (sometimes up to twice the standard width). The tires are underinflated too and this allows them to glide easily over soft surfaces such as snow.
Ounasvaara Hill (which is just outside of Rovaniemi city center) is the perfect destination for fat biking. There are around 15 miles (25 km) of trails in the area, and these are suitable for both beginner and experienced riders. Not to mention, the snowy landscapes are breathtaking.
There are plenty of fat bike tours on offer in Rovaniemi, with some companies even offering electric fat bike tours. Popular tour operators include Roll Outdoors, Nordic Odyssey, and Lapland Safaris. Just make sure you shop around for the best deals!
Best Day Trips from Rovaniemi in Winter
20. Go Snowshoeing through the Arctic Forest
Snowshoeing through the snowy Finnish forests is an experience like no other. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a magical landscape, with the snow crunching underfoot and panoramic vistas all around you.
This hiking and snowshoeing adventure lasts for around 3 hours and includes hotel pick-up and drop-off, as well as winter clothing and snowshoes. You’ll head into the local forest, surrounding the Arctic Circle, where you’ll want to look out for local wildlife. During the tour, you can enjoy hot drinks and Lappish gingerbread too.
If you have the time, I’d certainly recommend giving snowshoeing a go. Not only is it easy, but it offers a great way to explore the stunning landscapes all around you. Not to mention, the wildlife-watching opportunities (if you’re lucky).
21. Hike to Frozen Waterfalls at Koruoma Canyon
Next up is Koruoma Canyon. Visiting this gorgeous place is another of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter. Located around a 1.5-hour drive from the city center, this nature reserve is known for its ice falls, hiking trails, and birdlife. It’s an awesome place to explore.
The frozen waterfalls are certainly a highlight, and the best way to see them is by hiking the Koronjää Day Hiking Trail. Ruskea virta (Brown River) is the highest, at around 115-197 (35-60 meters) tall. However, the others are just as impressive!
You can join a tour to go hike the canyons and forests, or ice climb the frozen waterfalls. These tours generally include hotel pick-up and drop-off from Rovaniemi, winter clothing, lunch, and your guide.
22. Riisitunturi National Park
Riisitunturi National Park is around a 2-2.5 hour drive from Rovaniemi, and it is one of the top natural landmarks in Finland. It’s the perfect place to visit if you want to admire Finland’s natural beauty, as this place offers scenic forests, fells, and bogs.
If you want to wander through magical snowy forests on snowshoes, then this national park offers plenty of fantastic hiking trails. A great option is the Riisitunturi Open Wilderness Hut trail, which is around 0.9 miles (1.5 km) each way. There’s also the Riisin rääpäsy trail, which is a circular route of around 2.7 miles (4.3 km).
Cross-country Skiing is another great activity to do here, as you can ski along the Riisitunturi Multipurpose Track. It’s also a popular birdwatching spot, as the northern hawk owl is found within this national park.
23. Take a Day Trip to the Pyhä-Luosto National Park
Pyhä-Luosto National Park is around a 1.5-hour drive from Rovaniemi. In my opinion, this is one of the most spectacular national parks in the country, so is a must-visit while in Finland.
First of all, it’s teeming with wildlife. Here, you’ll find a wide range of species including brown bears, moose, otters, and reindeer, among a whole host of birdlife. There are also endless things to do in Pyhä-Luosto National Park including ice fishing, ice climbing, snowshoeing, and wilderness skiing.
While exploring this national park, I’d highly recommend heading to Lampivaara Amethyst Mine. You’ll also want to head up the fell on The PyhäExpress, which is a scenic chair lift. The views from here are absolutely breathtaking and there’s a restaurant at the top!
Visiting this park on a day trip is one of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter.
🔎Read the full guide – Visiting this park on a day trip is one of the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, and you can find all the information in my how to visit Pyha-Luosto National Park guide.
24. Dine at a Snow Castle and Drink at the Ice Bar
The world’s most beautiful and professional Snow Castle is located in Kemi, and you can take a day tour from Rovaniemi. This tour includes your transport, as well as a traditional Lappish lunch, your entrance ticket, and winter clothing.
Honestly, if you have the time, I’d recommend heading to Kemi Castle. It’s made from snow and ice and is rebuilt every year, so the theme is always different. The construction of this place takes around 5 weeks and then it’s open from January to April.
There are tons of incredible ice sculptures found around Kemi Castle, and each area is lit up with colorful lights. For the ultimate experience, you’ll want to grab a drink from the Ice Bar, or have something to eat!
25. Take an Icebreaker Cruise and Ice Floating
📷 Recommended Tour: Icebreaker Cruise with Lunch and Ice Floating from Rovaniemi
After a unique activity? Then make sure you take an icebreaker cruise while in Rovaninemi. This once-in-a-lifetime experience will see you cruise through the frozen waters of the Bothnian Sea, in a large icebreaker ship.
The tour mentioned above, includes a three-course dinner, a guided tour of the ship, and transfers to/from Rovaniemi. Not only will you get to go ice floating in a survival suit, but you’ll also be given a ‘cruise and swim’ certificate. There’s also a theater onboard, where you can watch an exclusive short film about these incredible ships.
Although going on an Icebreaker cruise is expensive, it’s certainly worth the money. After all, when else are you going to have an experience like this?
26. Ice Floating in Lapland With Northern Lights
📷 Recommended Tour: Ice floating in Lapland with Northern Lights
As it combines two of the area’s most popular activities, this 2.5-hour Lapland tour is a great option while in Rovaniemi. You’ll head to an area outside the city where there’s no light pollution, which is the best place to spot the Northern Lights.
While ice-floating in a secret lagoon (with high-quality insulated suits), you’ll keep your eyes peeled for the Aurora Borealis. There’s no better way to experience this natural phenomenon, especially as you’ll be surrounded by stunning natural landscapes. After the activity is finished, you can indulge in gingerbread and hot drinks.
This tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off in Rovaniemi, so you don’t need to worry about transport either. Just be aware that as the Northern Lights are a natural occurrence, you’re not guaranteed to see them.
27. Arctic Circle Crossing
There are plenty of awesome things to do in Rovaniemi in winter, but don’t miss out on crossing the Arctic Circle! If you didn’t know, the Arctic Circle is a circle of latitude that runs around the world, and it’s located 66.5° North of the Equator.
Crossing this imaginary line is a must-do while in the city. The Arctic Circle runs through Santa Claus Village and you can even receive a certificate here for crossing it. Another great way to cross the Arctic Circle is by heading underground – yes, you heard that right. In SantaPark, you can cross this polar line at 164 feet (50 meters) below surface level (there’s also a certificate for this).
You’ll find many tours from Rovaniemi that include a visit to the Arctic Circle. Here are some of my top picks:
- 1. Reindeer, Huskies & Santa Claus Village – This awesome 5-hour tour will see you head out on an Alaskan Husky sleigh ride along the Arctic Circle. You’ll also visit a reindeer farm where you’ll go on a reindeer sleigh ride. Better yet, you’ll have free time in Santa Claus Village and you can enjoy a traditional salmon soup lunch. What’s not to like?
- 2. Snowmobile Safari into the Arctic Circle Forest – On this 2-hour tour, you’ll head out on a snowmobile safari, traversing the Finnish forests along the Arctic Circle area. Along the way, you’ll get to appreciate magical snowy landscapes. This tour includes round-trip transportation from Rovaniemi, a shared snowmobile rental (for two people), and thermal clothing, as well as safety equipment.
- 3. Northern Lights and Arctic Circle Tour with Guide – On this tour, your guide will take you to the best Northern Lights viewing locations. After driving into the Lapland wilderness, your guide will explain all about the Auoroa Borelias and the night sky constellations which you’ll also see if it’s a clear day. This tour includes pick-up and drop-off, winter clothes, and transportation.
Things to do in Rovaniemi in Winter Recap
Top Things to Do in Rovaniemi in Winter
- Enjoy Rovaniemi Town in Winter
- Catch the Northern Lights in Rovaniemi
- Visit Santa Claus at the Santa Claus Village
- Visit Santa Part II at The Home Cavern of Santa Claus
- Sleep in a Snow Hotel
- Nili Restaurant to indulge the best flavors of Lapland
- Grab Breakfast at Café Koti
- Definitely Have Dinner at Gustav Kitchen & Bar
- Arktikum Science Center and Museum
- Pilke Museum
- Korundi Art Museum
- Visit the Korundi House of Culture
Best Things to Do in Rovaniemi in Winter for Outdoor Lovers
- Visit a Reindeer Farm and go Reindeer Sledding
- Go Dog Sledding
- Go Ice Fishing
- Experience the Traditional Finnish Sauna
- Go on a Rovaniemi Snowmobile Safari
- Ranua Wildlife Park Day: Visit the Arctic Animals
- Fat biking in the snow
Best Day Trips from Rovaniemi in Winter
- Go Snowshoeing through the Arctic Forest
- Hike to Frozen Waterfalls at Koruoma Canyon
- Riisitunturi National Park
- Take a Day Trip to the Pyhä-Luosto National Park
- Dine at a Snow Castle and Drink at the Ice Bar
- Take an Icebreaker Cruise and Ice Floating
- Ice Floating in Lapland With Northern Lights
- Arctic Circle Crossing
Things to do in Rovaniemi in Winter Conclusion
As you can see, there are endless things to do in Rovaniemi in winter! To get you in the festive mood, why not head to Santa Claus Village where you can meet Father Christmas? Of course, you can’t miss out on visiting the iconic reindeer either!
Other popular activities include dog sledding, skiing, and snowmobiling. For those after something a little less adventurous, the city itself is home to some great craft stores, museums, and bars, so you won’t be short of options. Not to mention there are plenty of charming restaurants on offer.
From my own experience, I’d recommend spending at least 3-4 days here (if not more). There are so many fantastic places to visit and winter activities on offer. Not to mention, there are plenty of awesome day trip opportunities, which is great for those renting a car. This includes Rauna Wildlife Park, Koruoma Canyon, and Riisitunturi National Park.
If you are planning a visit to Finland, you may also enjoy reading the following:
- 20 Magical Things to do in Lapland in Winter
- How to visit Pyhä-Luosto National Park
- Everything you need to know about reindeer farms in Rovaniemi + Best Tours
- 15 Amazing Glass Igloos in Lapland to see Northern Lights
- How to visit Rovaniemi in Winter
- 23 Famous Landmarks in Finland
- 15 Tips to Drive in Lapland in Winter
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