Premises

Offices & commercial buildings

Auriga Business Center

Hertig Johans parkgata 21, Åbo

Biskopsgatan 14, Åbo

Café Fika

Biskopsgatan 15, Åbo

Hus Lindman

Gripen

Tavastgatan 13, Åbo

The Observatory

Vårdberget, Åbo

The Observatory was planned by the German architecht Carl Ludvig Engel (1778-1840) and built for the Academy in Turku in 1817-1819. After a disastrous fire in Turku the entire Academy including the Observatory moved to Helsinki in 1828. The Åbo Akademi Univeristy Foundation acquired the building in 2007 and since that time it has served as the head office of the Foundation.

The Reuter House

Henriksgatan 9, Åbo

For educational use

Arken

Biskopsgatan 3-5, Åbo

ASA

Fänriksgatan 3, Åbo

Domvillan

Gezeliusgatan 2 b, Åbo

Gadolinia

Porthansgatan 3-5, Åbo

Geohuset

Akademigatan 1, Åbo

Geologicum

Domkyrkotorget 1, Åbo

Handelshögskolan

Henriksgatan 7, Åbo

Humanisticum

Biskopsgatan 13, Åbo

Kosmorama

Nylandsgatan 2, Åbo

Teologicum

Biskopsgatan 16, Åbo

Teologiska annexet

Biskopsgatan 16, Åbo

Tryckerihuset

Biskopsgatan 19, Åbo

Åbo Akademis bibliotek

Domkyrkogatan 2-4, Åbo

Åbo Akademi main building

Domkyrkotorget 3, Åbo

Åhuset

Gezeliusgatan 2 a

  • Allegro, Storgatan 7, Jakobstad
  • Husö biologiska station, Finström, Åland
  • Rettig, Nunnegatan 4, Åbo

Flats

Bostads Ab Vesta i Åbo

Vårdbergsgatan 7 / Sirkkalagatan 26, Åbo

Domus

Biskopsgatan 10, Åbo

Fabriksgatan 7, Åbo

Slottsgatan 1, Åbo

Tavastgatan 30, Åbo

Others

Kankas Manor

Kankaistentie 57, Masku

The Kankas Manor is located in Masku at some 20 kms distance from Turku. The manor is from the middle ages and since 1992 owned by Stiftelsen for Abo Akademi.

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The museum "Ett Hem"

Biskopsgatan 14, Åbo

The Sibelius Museum

Biskopsgatan 17, Åbo