What's on?
STOP! meet your history at the Slow Food market

We are presenting our on going research project STOP! meet your past at the Slow Food market in Fiskars 1-2 October 2016. The project is part of the Finland´s 100th anniversary official program in 2017 and carried out by the proffessional museum´s of länsi-Uusimaa from Hanko to Karkkila. The theme for the anniversary is together and therefore we decided to document memory sites in the area by doing interviews and collecting stories together with the locals. The results of the project will be presented in exhibitions, a media guide and a book starting 8 of december 2016.

During the Slow Food market you find us and our pop-up museum shop by the Fiskars Mill in the middle of the Iron works. Welcome to peak into your history and share your memories!

Sour Bread Day
26 August 2016

The Sour Bread Day is arranged for the fourth time! Join us to learn how traditional finnish sour dough bread is made in the Bakerys wooden owen and how to churn butter. For sale locally produced ekological rye flour, bread forms and stings for baking rye bread. Free admission!

The Museum Card is here

Welcome to visit us with the Museum Card. The card can be bought in our shop for 59 €. Museum Card is a common entrance ticket to Finnish museums, and it is valid for one year after it has first been used. Your personal Museum Card gives you access to over 200 museums all around Finland. 

More information on museot.fi pages

Check out the new media guides!

Finally you can get information about the Upper Ironworks easilly with your smartphone or tablet. Find our media guides on tarinasoitin.fi/fiskarsmuseum. We are happy to recieve your feedback!

From one generation to another

Welcome to enjoy Fiskars museum - from one generation to another. Open from April 1st!


Fiskars museum from Dokista on Vimeo.

Fiskars Museum

In 1649, an ironworks was founded by the River Fiskars. Nowadays it is known as the Fiskars Village. It used to produce e.g. pig iron, cast products, machine parts and copper and domestic items. Today Fiskars Oyj Abp is a widely known corporation, and the Ironworks a lively cultural environment where design, handicraft and art flourish all year round. The Fiskars Museum preserves and examines ironworks culture from the 17th century to this day. The Pohja local history archive holds documents of the fascinating history of the Ironworks and the municipality. You will find us at the Fiskars Upper Ironworks!

Admission Opening hours
Adult 5,00 €
Discount ticket €3,50
Under 18 years Free admission

Museum: 1 Sept.-13 Jan. from Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 4pm. (closed 24-25, 31 December, 1, 6 January)
Office: mon-fri on request
Archive: Tuesdays 3pm to 6pm (closed 27 September and 11 Oktober)

Contact information

Fiskars Museum
Peltorivi 13
FI-10470 Fiskars, Finland
Tel. +358 (0)19 237013

Fiskars Museum Office
Peltorivi 26
FI-10470 Fiskars, Finland
Tel. +358 (0)19 237023
info (at) fiskarsmuseum.fi

Pohja local history archive
Peltorivi 11
FI-10470 Fiskars
+358 (0)19 237038
arkivet (at) fiskarsmuseum.fi