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Myrskylä (Swedish: Mörskom) is a small rural municipality in Uusimaa.

Myrskylä Church



Myrskylä is about 90 km northeast of Helsinki. It was founded in 1636 when it was separated from Pernå by Isaacus Rothovius, the Bishop of Turku, and confirmed by Christina, the Queen of Sweden.

Local information


Get in

Regional road 174 in Myrskylä

Several regional roads lead to Myrskylä from Porvoo, Orimattila and Loviisa.

By bus


For timetables of ordinary coaches, see Matkahuolto.

By taxi

  • Smartphone apps: Valopilkku, 02 Taksi

Get around



  • 1 Myrskylä Church (Myrskylän kirkko), Keskustie 2.
  • 2 Statue of Lasse Virén (Lasse Virénin patsas), Keskustie.
  • 3 Myrskylä's Pine Tree (Myrskylän mänty). Local pine tree located in a protected area on the shores of Lake Kirkkojärvi.
Lake Syväjärvi in Myrskylä


  • 1 Kamalakallio Park and Playground (Kamalakallion puisto ja leikkikenttä), Virastotie 6.
  • 2 Myrskylän Kino, Kylänpääntie 3. A local cinema.
  • 3 Kiparkatti Dance Hall (Kiparkatin tanssilava), Porvoontie 101, +358 40 071 8247. Kiparkatti's dance hall from 1949 offers dance experiences in the summer to the beat of both traditional stage dances and disco rhythms. A dance floor and a ski lodge in the same courtyard can be rented for private events.


  • 1 Sale Myrskylä, Keskustie 8. M-F 07:00-21:00, Sa 08:00-21:00, Su 09:00-21:00.
  • 2 Myrskylän Savu, Kylänpääntie 45, +358 20 735 2730. M-Th 09:00-16:00, F 09:00-18:00, Sa 09:00-14:00. A family-owned fish processing company that specializes in cold and hot smoked fish products as well as salted fish.









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