Fiskars Village’s services have started opening from June 1, 2020. More detailed opening hours of the services can be found on the www.fiskarsvillage.fi website and from the bisnesses own websites.
To make your stay at Fiskars Village comfortable and safe, we have intensified the cleaning, limited the number of visitors to museums and the exhibition, added hand sanitazer spots and placed orange stickers around Fiskars to remind us of the importance social distincing for everyone’s safety. We ask you to please maintain a good hand hygiene during your stay and we recommend a card payment when doing payments.
Our tourist information love to help and answer all your questions regarding to your visit from Tue-Sun from 10 am to 5 pm at Peltorivi 6. You can also contact us by phone +358 (0)20 439 2099 or email email@example.com
We warmly welcome you and hope you have a wonderful and safe visit!
Summer exhibition Meadow
Principles for sustainable tourism
KWUM summer exhibition
MEADOW – exhibition
The exhibition Meadow sets out to address the planetary ecological urgencies through a dialogue between contemporary art, craft, design and environmental research.Read more
Fiskars Antique Fair 2020 – CANCELLED
Fiskars Antique Fair 2020 - CANCELLED Next time Fiskars Antique Fair will be held 1.-4 July 2021Read more
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”