For all your senses

Fiskars Village

Sustainable principles of tourism

One of the main reasons to travel to Fiskars Village is the rich cultural heritage and beautiful nature and surroundings. This is why we are determined to preserve them.
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Fiskars Village is famous for good and locally produced food and beverages. Our restaurants and cafés offer seasonal tastes and the beverage producers use wild herbs in their products.
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KWUM winter exhibition

In the newly opened ceramic museum KWUM we get to enjoy an amazing exhibition with pieces by world class ceramic artists Margaret O'Rorke, Kyung Ok, Sung Mi, Miki Young Kim and of course Karin Widnäs herself.
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Wine and dine in Fiskars

Fiskars is known for its excellent selection of restaurants. The culinarily inclined will find something special year-round, and seasonal events spice up the strong culinary traditions of Fiskars Village. Local and organic produce are particularly prominent on the area's menus. The restaurants welcome you to the heart of the Village, where the pleasant riverside and its surrounding atmosphere only add to your dining pleasure.
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A wonderful day trip for families with children or a romantic getaway for couples. A wide variety of restaurants and small shops. A lovely playground with neat toilet facilities in its immediate vicinity.
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Finnish design and craftsmanship

Fiskars Village is known for its long tradition of craftsmanship, but it also has plenty to offer to visitors with an interest in more modern forms of design and art. The Village's numerous boutiques and workshops – not to mention the museum – provide interesting experiences with something for everyone.

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. There is also a direct connection daily with a travel time of approximately 1 h 45 min. When you’re coming from Helsinki you can also easily rent a DriveNow city car.

Global Top 100 Sustainable Destinations 2019

Green Destinations


Finnish Travel Destination of the year 2019

Finnish Travel Gala 2019

Award winner: Culture EDEN
In Finland 2017

Finnish Travel Destination of 2015,

The Finnish Guild of Travel Journalists

Certificate of Excellence 2018


“Fiskars is a popular place – a thriving, 600-strong community of artists and craftspeople”

May 2019

“Fiskars is an attractive place by any measure”

Aug 2018

“Captivating rural charm”

Aug 2017

To see and do in Raseborg

Queries and requests for offers

Our customer service is happy to assist you with any questions you may have about visiting Fiskars or organizing events.