The red-brick Clock Tower Building from 1826 was originally a school. In the 1830s the stables were added as a second wing. At the same time a wooden clock tower was added to the roof. The original Finnish-made Könni no. 9 clock has marked the time at Fiskars since 1842. The architects C.L. Engel, A. Peel and A.F. Granstedt were involved in the design of the building in various ways. At present, it contains apartments, shops and exhibition rooms.
The Fiskars Fire Station was built in 1912 and renovated in 1931 in connection with the 50th anniversary of the Fiskars Voluntary Fire Brigade. The hoses were hung to dry inside its tall tower.
A workers’ housing area. Built around 1890. Owned by the town of Raseborg.
Fiskars Wärdshus is a time-honoured inn dating from 1836, currently serving visitors as a restaurant and hotel.
A new mill was built of slag brick in 1898 at the site of a former mill. The Fiskars mill is said to have been the most popular mill of the whole parish and it was in use until the 1950s.