The Fiskars Museum preserves and explores the Ironworks culture from the 17th century to the present day, and presents the past to visitors in the form of stories, exhibitions and workshops. The museum area in the Fiskars Upper Works includes the Museum’s main building, where exhibitions and the museum shop are located, as well as the Slaggbyggnaden, which hosts a summer cafe and workshops like baking in a traditional way. In the museum you can see permanent and temporary exhibitions such as traditional Fiskars Ironworks Christmas celebrations or the role of working horses in the Ironworks. The museum organizes a program for groups and schoolchildren, as well as educational tours where you can take part in past activities. The museum has an archive of local history.
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The Fiskars Museum is currently planning an exciting museum railroad to Fiskars and redeveloping the museum area. By answering this survey, you can influence the future development of the Fiskars Museum and its future supply. Respondents will be drawn one Pikku-Pässi fire blanket and two Pikku-Pässi fabric bags. Thank you for your time!