Tyrvään Pappila

Asemakatu 4, 38210 Sastamala, Finland

An Atmospheric Event and Art Venue

Tyrvään Pappila is a carefully restored event and art venue right in the heart of the city of Sastamala, by the beautiful Lake Liekovesi shore. The premises of Tyrvään Pappila (Tyrvää Parsonage) opened to the public in the fall of 2017. The story of the parsonage goes from a wooden parsonage from the late 19th Century to a stylistically National Romantic stone parsonage completed in 1922.
Various cultural events are organized regularly in the priesthood, which combine delicious food. The stylish and warm cozy rooms provide a wonderful setting for successful celebrations and inspirational meetings. Good food and experiences take your mind and tongue as you go.

The crown of the vicarage is a covered amphitheater, which is suitable for various events. In the immediate vicinity of the Pappila there is also the Pappila Stone Barn, which has been restored to form a two-story art gallery, the Art Pappila, which can also transform into a venue for many different occasions.

Art Pappila's exhibitions showcase high quality international art. In 2018, a series of art exhibitions was opened by
Osmo Rauhala's "Before and After" exhibition, presenting the artistic production of St. Olaf's Church in Tyrvää, before and after the painting of St. Olaf's Church.
The 2019 exhibition showcased the work of Henry Moore, known as a sculptor and graphic artist.
In 2020, Art Chapel will feature works by the world-famous Marc Chagall.

The back of the house has a special lift for easy-access to the main building.
There is a spacious disabled toilet directly at the back of the house.
The second floor of the house is accessible by lift.
All thresholds are less than a centimeter high.

Homepage of Tyrvään Pappila (in English)