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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. You can contact us by phone +358 (0)20 439 2099 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We warmly welcome you and hope you have a wonderful and safe visit!
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.
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 – or you could even ride a bicycle.
GPS location: Fiskari [60°7’48″N, 23°32’40″E]. If you are using a navigator, the address Peltorivi 1, Fiskars (or Fiskari) will bring you to the parking lot. The closest train station is Karjaa, and the nearest airport Helsinki-Vantaa.
Train schedules: www.vr.fi
Bus schedules: www.matkahuolto.fi
There is no admission fee to the Village area, and parking is also free of charge (excluding certain events). The summer and winter exhibitions at the Fiskars museum are subject to an admission fee. The Fiskars 1649 exhibition at the Fiskars shop is free of charge for visitors.
We kindly ask visitors to respect the privacy of local residents by staying along the marked routes.
The attraction of Fiskars Village is based mostly upon its valuable nature and cultural heritage. This is why we must act and operate responsibly and in a sustainable manner. Read more about our sustainability principles here.
Fiskars Village is open year round. Some services are only available from May to September, but many keep their doors open all year round. Detailed information on opening hours is available here.
There is no ATM at Fiskars Village. The closest ATM is in downtown Pohja, in front of the S-market supermarket at Pohjantie 2.
Pets are welcome at the Kuparipaja and Fiskars Wärdshus restaurants and all our cafés. Hotel Tegel and Fiskars Wärdshus also provide rooms for those traveling with pets.
The Tourist Information is reachable all year round at +358 (0)20 439 2099 and email@example.com.
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