Fell Lapland Visitor Centre in Hetta

The Visitor Centre is a great place to start your explorations in the region. Fell Lapland Visitor Centre provides advice for hikers and travellers and provides information about the local nature and culture through exhibitions.

The extensive main exhibition will show you the nomadic culture and life of the Sámi

You also get to know what makes the Northern nature unique. Experience how people used to live according to the seasons.

The Travellers of the North exhibition and the Yrjö Kokko libraryintroduce you to the explorers, clergymen and artists that have travelled Enontekiö. The 8 Seasons exhibition gives you an idea of how the locals see the seasons. There are several temporary exhibitions along the year as well.

The Visitor Centre provides information as well as bookings and keys for the wilderness huts and permits for fishing, hunting and snowmobiles.

Several short trails start from the Centre’s yard. In the winter, you can go snowshoeing to the vantage pint on top of Jyppyrä, or try cross-country skiing nearby.

Experience more

You can book a guided tour of the exhibition for up to 30 people for €50 per hour. Book your tour at least a week in advance.

The Visitor Centre’s auditorium can be used for screenings of short films about the local nature and culture. These free screenings are set up on request. The auditorium is also a movie theatre. You can see the current programming of Kino Hetta in the event calendar.

Opening hours

Fell Lapland Visitor Centre is open year-round. Our current opening hours can be found on our website



Resources for planning your trip

Trails in Enontekiö

Trails in Enontekiö

Experience our Northern trails however you like – be it on foot, ski, canoe or mountain bike

Tourist Information

Is there snow on the Hetta-Pallas Trail? How high is the summit of Saana? Where can I rent fatbikes? Don’t worry, Tourist Information has all the answers.

Tourist Information

Sustainable Travel

Sustainable Travel

We have clean air, clear waters and room to breathe. When you're out and about in Enontekiö, do remember that while the environment may seem barren, it's actually full of life. You’re in someone’s home: the local people, animals and plants all co-exist here.