Accessibility at Viikki Campus Library

There are many changes in public transport in the Viikki area due to the construction of the Jokeri Light Rail.

The following buses stop next to the Info Centre: 78, 57, 506 and 550. Most of these lines operate with low-floor buses. 

The best driving route to the campus area is through the intersection of Pihlajamäentie and Latokartanonkaari. Take a right onto Kanslerinkaari off Latokartanonkaari.

Read more about Jokeri Light Rail →

Drillings of geothermal energy begins at the Info Centre's construction site, which is why the route to the Pop-up Library on the southside of the Info Centre is closed from Monday, April 19, 2021. The library can be reached by going round the Info Centre from the north, on Kanslerinkaari side.

Geothermal drilling work lasts for approximately three weeks, until May 9. Thereafter, the work will continue on land construction work until the beginning of June.

Map of the route to the pop-up library. Passageway from the southside of the Info Centre is closed. The library can be reached by going round the Info Centre from the north, on Kanslerinkaari side.

There are two disabled parking spaces between the Info Centre Korona and Biocenter 1 buildings at the end of Kanslerinkaari.

The entrance to the building is at ground level. Pop-up Library facilities on the 4th floor of the Info Centre are accessible by lift.

The collections and the study areas of the Viikki Campus Library are on the 4th floor. If you need help with using the collections, our staff will be happy to assist. There is also a self-study space on the fifth floor suitable for quiet work. The fifth floor is accessible by lift.

Accessible toilets in the campus library can be found at the back of the fourth floor.

Every floor of the Campus Library has computer terminals for accessing the library database and other sources of information.

On the second and fourth floors, the terminals have been placed at two different heights. On the first and third floors, the terminals are placed on high desks. The higher desks are designed for use while standing while the lower desks can be used while seated or from a wheelchair.