Shopping centre opening hours

Minimum opening hours are:

Mon-Sat 9-21
Sun 11-21

Check each store’s own site for exact opening hours.

Hypermarket’s opening hours

Mon-Sun 6-24

Bottle house’s collection point opens at 6:15 am.

Shopping centre’s exceptional opening hours

Holiday Date Open
Good Friday 15.4. 11-18
Holy Saturday 16.4. 10-20
Easter Sunday 17.4. 11-18
Easter Monday 18.4. 11-18
May Day Eve 30.4. 10-18
May Day 1.5. Closed
Mother’s Day 8.5. 11-18
Ascension Day 26.5. 11-18
Pentecost 5.6. 11-18
Midsummer’s Eve 24.6. 10-14
Midsummer’s Day 25.6. Closed
All Saints’ Day 5.11. 11-18
Father’s Day 13.11. 11-18
Independence Day
6.12. Closed
Christmas Eve 24.12. 9-14
Christmas Day 25.12. Closed
Boxing Day
26.12. 11-18
New Year’s Eve 31.12. 9-18
New Year’s Day 1.1. Closed
6.1. 10-20


Hypermarkets’ exceptional opening hours

Hypermarkets are open Mon-Sun 6-24 if not stated otherwise.

24.12. Prisma 06-18 / K-Citymarket 06-16
25.12. Prisma 9-22 / K-Citymarket 10-21

Contact information

Jumbo Shopping Centre
Vantaanportinkatu 3
FI-01510 Vantaa

Customer service desk / lost property
Central square, 1. floor
tel. +358 (0)9 7744 6068

Contacts regarding stores’ products or services can be done via their own contact information.

Contact form (promotions, business premises, other requests).


Shopping Centre Office
Open Mon-Fri 8–16

Olli Lehtoaro
Shopping Centre Director
Tel. +358 50 303 9206

Niina Taskin
Concept Manager
Tel. +358 44 486 3939

Tiina Heikkilä
Marketing Manager
Tel. +358 40 026 2503

Malviina Tervo
Marketing Coordinator
Tel. +358 40 900 8008

Hannu Hirvonen
Facilities Manager
Tel. +358 500 814 810

Matti Lahtinen
Technical Property Manager
Tel. +358  44 0350172

Lost property and security
Avarn Security Oy
Tel. +358 9 7744 6041

Jumbo Shopping Centre is located in Vantaa, alongside the Kehä III ring road, close to Helsinki-Vantaa airport. Jumbo’s foundation stone was laid before the recession of the 1990s due to the great demand that arose in the area for a shopping centre towards the end of the previous decade. The construction companies Haka and Polar purchased the area from Elanto and named the newly established development company Vantaanportti Oy. The company also purchased the neighbouring residential areas and business park land. Jumbo was completed in October 1999. The objective was to make it the largest shopping centre in Europe. The most interesting period in Jumbo’s history was during the design and development stages. In the first year, Jumbo attracted 6 million customers, and the customer flow has been rising ever since. The extension, completed in 2005, brought about a significant increase in the number of customers. Many prestigious guests, including the mayors of Vantaa, have visited Jumbo over the years. Jumbo currently employs approximately 1,800 people. The shopping centre is owned by Elo Mutual Pension Insurance Company, Varma, Kesko and HOK-Elanto.