A Widow and a Bachelor
The exhibition in the attic of Slaggbyggnaden explores life and living in an ironworks from the Second World War until the 1970s. The exhibition also tells the story of the post-war shortage all the way to the “plastic era”, not forgetting Pohja’s first television from the 1950s.
In the summer, June 1st -August 31th, during museum opening hours.
The entrance fee is included in the price of the museum entrance ticket.
Life at the Fiskars Ironworks
The main exhibition of the museum explores the everyday lives of the inhabitants of Fiskars Ironworks as well as holiday celebrations from the 17th century to present-day.
The baking and mangle room was shared by the families living in the Upper Ironworks from the 19th century to the 1960s. In the 21st century,
The Upper Ironworks
The Fiskars Museum is in the center of the Upper Ironworks (Opp-i-bruke in the Fiskars dialect), which once was the center of heavy industry in Fiskars.
Pikku-Pässi is Finland’s oldest narrow-gauge steam locomotive, which transported raw materials to the Fiskars Ironworks and exported world-wide industrial products made by Fiskars in 1891-1952.