Angry Birds Activity Park is an indoor activity park in Saariselkä. It offers lots of fun for the whole family!
The St. Paul ecumenical Chapel in Saariselkä is a fell chapel built from logs
Finnish design is introduced at the primary sources of its colours, forms and inspiration in the "Finnish Design Idols Go WILDerness" exhibition
Destination Northernmost Europe is an exhibition of brilliant lights and colours and the diversity of the northern flora and fauna.
Husky Bar & Ranch is Café-Restaurant by Saariselkä - Laanila hiking/skiing route.
In the Kakslauttanen Igloo Village there are Snow Igloos, an Ice Gallery, Ice Bar, Ice Chapel and Snow Restaurant
Inari sámi church is located in the middle of the living lappish culture in Inari village. It is the only sámi church in Finland. There is the strong lappish atmosphere inside the church.
Ivalo Lutheran Church is the main Church of the municipality of Inari.
Ivalo St. Nicholas Church is located in the center of Ivalo village.
Karigasniemi village has a new chapel. It has been opened on 17 of April 2016.
Karvaselkä Day Trip Hut is also known as haunted hut (‘kummituskämppä'). It is situated along the trail leading to Vellinsärpimä, near Saariselkä Tourist Centre.
Kaunispää (437 m) is one of the highest arctic hills near the Saariselkä village.
Keväjärvi Chapel is located about 10 kilometers to the east of the Ivalo village.
Kiilopää is the name of 546 m high arctic hill in the heart of Saariselkä hills area. Kiilopää Fell Center is situated at the foot of the hill.
Kuusipää hill snow fence is located about 4 km north from Saariselkä village.
Luttotupa Old Sauna Building is the only building left from the old time Saariselkä travel center.
Magneettimäki museum road is situated 5km north from Saariselkä.
Neiden St. Georg Chapel is located in North Norway municipality of South-Varanger.
Nellim Church is located in a small Skolt Sámi village of Nellim, near the borderline of Russian.
The wilderness chucrh in Pielpajärvi is the oldest building in the northernmost Lapland. It was built in the mid-1700s and it is culturally significant to the area.
Piispankivi is a memorial stone which is built for honouring the events of the World War Two.
The Prospektor Gold mine is an old gold mine which belonged to the mining company Prospektor in the beginning of the 19th century.
The ruins of Piponius' hut are part of the early gold digging history of Saariselkä.
The Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos is situated on the bank of River Juutuanjoki in Inari Finland. Sajos is the centre of Sámi culture and administration.
Sevettijärvi is located in the North side of the Lake Inari, close by border line of Norway.
The Viewpoint and Exhibition of fell Sovintovaara is open in summer.
Tankavaara Gold Prospector Museum is situated in the genuine gold district of Sodankylä, in Northern Lapland.
Tankavaara Visitor Centre provides information on the history of Urho Kekkonen National Park or Koilliskaira wilderness area. It is located in Tankavaara, about 30 km south from Saariselkä.
The Heritage House and the open-air museum by it tell about the history of the Skolt Sámi inhabitants of Sevettijärvi.
Tieva Chapel is the first tourist chapel in Lapland.
Utsjoki Lutheran Church is located by the road E75. About 6 km to South from the center of the Utsjoki village, by the lake Mantojärvi.
Easy Nature Walking Trail, almost in the middle of Saariselkä village, but far enough from lights to see, for example, Northern Lights.