The address of Keran Hallit is Karamalmintie 2, 02630 Espoo (former Karantie 2). The customer parking is located on a sandlot right next to the main gate. When arriving from south, turn left after the halls, and when coming from orth, turn right before the halls. Parking is free and allowed four hours at a time. Remember your parking disc!
If you visit breweries or other companies working in the west hall, you can park your car in the courtyard of halls. Access to the courtyard at the crossroads of Karamalmintie and Lansantie.
Keran Hallit is located right by the Kera train station, in the B zone. You can get to Kera by E- and U-trains, from Helsinki central railway station (15 min), from Leppävaara (4 min), and Espoon keskus (8 min). From the train station of Kera is a 5-minute walk to the main gate. Check schedules from the HSL route planner.
You’ll get to Keran Hallit from Espoo by bus 532 (Matinkylä – Leppävaara). The closest bus stops are Lansanportti E1810 and E1811. Check bus stops and schedules from the HSL route planner.
A few accessible parking spots can be found by the main entrance. You can get to these spaces from the intersection of Nihtikuja and Karamalmintie.
Sports hall closed from 1st to 14th of April
According to a decision by the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland parts of the hall that are used for sports will be closed from 1st to 14th of April. Some of the companies have a limited access to the premises and will inform their customers about the arrangements during the two-week period.
The gate by the intersection between Karamalmintie and Lansatie and the gate for pedestrians by the sand lot remain open for the other customers and staff at Keran Hallit. Stay safe and see you soon!
- Sport activities are open within their own opening hours.
- The common changing rooms are closed for the time being.
- Hand sanitisers are available at several points.
- All events have been canceled for the time being.
- Please keep the safety distance to other visitors.
- Wash your hands and use hand sanitiser regularly.
- Wear a face mask.
- Avoid staying in common areas.