CHANGES IN OPENING HOURS DUE TO CORONA VIRUS!
Dear Fiskars Village visitor,
Due to orders and recommendations by Finnish government and authorities there will be limitations to opening hours at Fiskars Village shops, restaurants and other service outlets for the time being. The purpose of this is to limit spreading of the virus and protect both service personnel and visitors. As the situation may rapidly change we encourage visitors to contact businesses directly regarding opening hours and availability of services. Contact information to businesses can be found on following web-pages:
Shops and boutiques
Restaurants and cafés
Our Travel and Event services are at your service electronically and by phone normally on weekdays from 10 am to 4 pm. email@example.com and +358-20-439 2099.
Our tourist information office at Kasarmi1852 -building is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm until further notice.
We are happy to answer any questions regarding you visit to Fiskars Village. We strive to inform about any changes to the above information on our web-pages and social media channels.
All the best to all our friends and visitors!
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Fiskars Antique Fair 2020 – CANCELLED
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How to get to Fiskars
GPS address: Fiskari [60°7'48"N, 23°32'40"E]
Navigator address: Peltorivi 1, Fiskars (or Fiskari) will bring you to the parking lot.
Fiskars is located in the town of Raseborg, an estimated one-hour drive west of Helsinki. From Helsinki, you can get to Karjaa by bus or train in about an hour, and a taxi or local bus can take you the remaining 15 kilometers to Fiskars.
“Fiskars is a popular place – a thriving, 600-strong community of artists and craftspeople”