Fiskars Museum is constantly being developed to make new products available and better meet the expectations and needs of our visitors. A new learning environment is under development which will expand the museum area of Hammarbacken. In addition, we will improve the availability of existing museum services.
“Our vision for the future is to be a living local museum of the culture of the Ironworks, where visitors get to know the past and get inspired by the future”
The purpose of the project “Living History for Care Homes” was to produce a photo exhibition and memorial material for the care home Villa Anemone in Karjaa.
The aim of this project is to restore and present Finland’s first and oldest narrow-gauge steam locomotive nicknamed Pikku-Pässi. With the completion of this project, a new learning environment will be created for the Hammarbacken museum area, consisting of the locomotive, carriages, a roundhouse and railway. Currently, the locomotive is being restored to working order at a workshop in Jokioinen. Our goal for the near future is to have the steam locomotive back on track for our visitors, who would be able to ride the historic steam engine train at Fiskars.