Pieksämäki railway station

  • Ticket vending machine
  • Toilet

Pieksämäki railway station

Asemakatu 2

76100 Pieksämäki

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Waiting room opening hours

mon-sat 5-19.30

sun 8.15-19.30

The waiting room doors open with a valid train ticket.

The ticket vending machine is located in the foyer which is open daily 5 am – 10.45 pm.

Ticket sales

  • Ticket vending machine
  • No VR service point

Services at the station

  • Toilet
  • Car-carrier loading unavailable
  • Luggage lockers unavailable


  • Assistance service at the station
  • No raised platforms, no accessible entry onto trains.

Information about the station’s services

Station waiting room

The waiting room at Pieksämäki station can be accessed by showing the QR code on your ticket.

  • The doors of the waiting room open with the QR code of a valid ticket 1 hour before the departure of the train.
  • The QR code can also be used to access the waiting room for 12 hours after the departure of the train.
  • In case of problems, you can call a guard via the VR Security Centre.

Accessibility at the station

Lifts to the platforms between tracks 3 and 4 and at the ends of tracks 1 and 6.

Assistance service at the station

The assistance point is located to the left of the station building’s main entrance. The assistance point has a roof.

To book assistance service, call VR customer service for accessible travel at 0800 188 822 (free of charge, service hours Mon–Fri 5am–10pm, Sat–Sun 7am–10pm) no later than 24 hours before your departure.

Vicinity of railway station

You can find a map of the surroundings of the Pieksämäki railway station as a pdf file on the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency’s website, Opens in a new tab.

Did you know?

The Pieksämäki railway station was opened in 1889. Construction of the current station building was completed in 1981. There are railway lines departing in four directions from the station.

Blues at Pieksämäki station?

Pieksämäki station has its own theme song. The famous Finnish singer-songwriter Juice Leskinen wrote the lyrics of the over 16-minute long song titled “Bluessia Pieksämäen asemalla” while waiting for a train at the Pieksämäki station.