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Ankkapurha is situated by the Kymijoki river in southern Kouvola. The area has got its name by a large rapid in the river. It is easy to come to us from all directions. Nearest bus stop: in Anjala church ca. 1 km from Ankkapurha. Nearest railway station, Inkeroinen is ca. 4 km from Ankkapurha. To Kouvola city centre and railway station is ca. 25 km, to Kotka city centre is 30 km and to Kymi Ring is 35 km. To Helsinki city and Helsinki International airport is 140 km.

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Timetable for train connections: www.vr.fi. 
Timetable for Kouvola city bus connections: https://www.kouvola.fi/asuminen-ja-ymparisto/kadut-ja-liikenne/joukkoliikenne/bussiaikataulut/

Number for taxi: 0100 87227 (1,25 e/call + 0,68 e/min + pvm).

Contact information

Office/Sales +358 20 611 6201

Office Open Mon-Thu: 8-16, Fri: 8-15

Executive manager Jenni Liikkanen +358 40 035 8699
Customer service Paula Rämä +358 40 773 6722
Catering +358 40 745 4894

Summer café “Makasiinikahvila” (only summertime) +358 40 489 9239

Ankkapurhantie 6A, 46910 Anjala
info(a)ankkapurha.fi 
Our e-mail addresses are in the form: firstname.lastname(a)ankkapurha.fi

The organization behind Ankkapurha is Ankkapurha culture foundation (Ankkapurhan kulttuurisäätiö). The foundations primary task is to develop and support youth work as a national and international youth centre. In addition the aim of the foundation is to cherish the cultural inheritance of Ankkapurha area.

Ankkapurha culture foundation is a Social Enterprise. The Finnish Social Enterprise Mark communicates that the company has been established to promote a social goal and most of its profits are channelled to advancing social good. Social enterprises reform service structures, produce welfare services in a manner that is sustainable for the economy and the people, create jobs and develop services locally and dedicate their profits to improving wellbeing in the local community and develop viable solutions for environmental problems. The Finnish Social Enterprise Mark is granted by the The Association for Finnish Work.