Guided tour of Fiskars Village

Duration: 30 minutes; price per group 30 €. A guide will tell you what life, including school life, was like in the village in the olden days. Bookings: FiskarsInfo, tel. +358 19 277 7504.


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Fiskars 1649 exhibition

The exhibition presents the history of the village, including scale models to illustrate the many stages of iron production. Open 17 May-31 Aug daily 10am-6pm, other times daily 11am-5pm. Free admission.


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Get to know blacksmithing

This demonstration takes place in a smithy with a traditional coal forge. You will get to see iron being heated and worked, and you will learn a little something about the past and present of iron-forging. Products forged by the smiths will...


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Get to know glassblowing

This workshop is intended for schoolchildren as a brief introduction to the art of glassblowing. During the workshop, three different glass objects will be made to demonstrate the different methods of blowing and shaping glass. A master...


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Archive Detectives workshop for school groups (9-12 years)

In Pohja Local History Archive is a suitcase full of old letters, postcards and photographs! How does Africa look like with Captain Congo's eyes? From who has Olga received letters from? In the workshop we try also to write with an old...


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Take a time trip at the Fiskars Museum (for 6–12-year-olds)

Time trip is a role-playing game that allows you to experience, through play, work and immersion, what life was like in Fiskars Village 100 years ago. The program can be customized to meet the needs of your group, including special...


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Playground

Fiskars playground lies right in the heart of the village and was designed by one of the world's leading manufacturers of playgrounds, Lappset, together with families in Fiskars Village.


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A guided tour of the museum (7-16 years)

Presentation for children about the museum's basic exhibition, renewed in 2014.

     Group size: max. 25 persons, duration 30 minutes      Admission: free admission (18 years of age)...


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