The crown jewel of the Håkansböle estate is the art nouveau manor built in 1908. The building was designed by architect Armas Lindgren. The oldest of the eight other buildings was built in the 1840s.
The manor park surrounding the buildings is open to the public year-round. The manor is open to the public during guided tours and events. The exhibition in one of the outbuildings is open on summer weekends. In late 2021, cultural activities were launched for children and young people in Pyykkitu…pa.
The Håkansböle estate is a location of considerable cultural and historical significance in Finland. It is owned by the City of Vantaa. The City has renovated the outbuildings. There are also plans for renovating the main building.
Arrival at the manor
On foot and by public transport:
Bus 719K travels from the Kimokuja stop at the Hakunila library to the Ravurinpolku stop. The distance on foot from the Ravurinpolku stop via Ratsumestarintie to the manor area is approximately 250 metres.
The distance on foot from the Hakunila shopping centre via Ravurinpolku and Ratsumestarintie to the manor is approximately 900 metres.
The manor area has a car park for passenger cars in the corner of Vuorilehdontie and Kartanotie. Parking is not permitted elsewhere in the manor area, with the exception of disabled parking. The disabled parking places are located in the stable yard.