Life in the Village

The local crafts, design and art and the magnificent natural surroundings make Fiskars Village a home like no other. By making the Village your home, you are able to join a large, active community that develops the area sustainably and with its inhabitants at heart. The Village's excellent restaurants, cozy cafes and the popular beer and cider breweries and distillery are a delightful experience for residents.

Fiskars has been the home and workplace and source of inspiration of skillful artisans for three decades already.

The good life

Fiskars has an extensive variety of plots available for single-family houses, small family homes, rental homes and even small industry. Here, you have the unique opportunity to build your home and atelier on the same plot. Housing plots of different shapes and sizes are also available in the neighboring communities. Many of the area's craftspeople, entrepreneurs and artists also live in Fiskars. Join a guided tour into the everyday life and work of villagers and into the historic buildings and their current use. You may also bump into a local celebrity or two on an independent stroll of the area.

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Many of the area's craftspeople, entrepreneurs and artists also live in Fiskars. Join a guided tour into the everyday life and work of villagers and into the historic buildings and their current use. You may also bump into a local celebrity or two on an independent stroll of the area.
Fiskars has a long tradition of craftsmanship that continues to live on today.
The people of Fiskars value local work and produce and a kinship with nature, and these values are apparent in the local beverage production, as well.
Life in the Village has changed over the years, but many of the area's buildings have retained their original charm.

The natural wonder of Southern Finland

Fiskars is much more than a village. The area is unique not only in its history but also its nature. The verdant riverside is very Central European in its landscape, and the area's trails are easy to explore on foot or on the saddle of a mountain bike. You can spot several species that are rare at these latitudes, and there is even an oak tree that is as old as the Village itself.
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Historic Fiskars

The oldest preserved building in Fiskars is the Ruukinkonttori office from 1765. In addition, there are countless other beautiful buildings of historical value in the Village area, from several different centuries. The buildings have originally served many different purposes, and their fascinating stories give the area its distinct temporal rhythm.
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