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Ironworks Villagers’ Guided Tours

Guided tours open to the public are organized during the summer in the historical setting of Fiskars Ironworks, and in connection with the events and exhibitions arranged by the Museum. The specific themes of the tours vary according to the contents of the current exhibitions of the Museum. Guided tours allow you to uncover the hidden gems of Fiskars Ironworks, to hear the stories of the inhabitants of the Ironworks relating to the foundation of the Ironworks and its industrial activities as well as tales of everyday life in workers’ homes.

Guided Tours in Fiskars Ironworks

Please join us on a guided walking tour of the beautiful Fiskars Ironworks. On a guided tour, you will learn more about the history of Fiskars Ironworks and Pikku-Pässi, our steam locomotive, which once rode the narrow-gauge railway in the Ironworks. In addition, you will hear the latest news about the steam locomotive. This year, our tours will start in the center of Fiskars Ironworks, at the Pikku-Pässi climbing frame.

Guided tours are available at 11.30 and 14.30, Wednesday through Sunday, starting June 24th to August 2nd, 2020.

Departure Point: Pikku-Pässi climbing frame opposite the Fiskars Ironworks yellow barracks (approximately 200 m from the Market Square)

Languages: Finnish, Swedish, English

Group size: limited to 10 people

Participation fee: Voluntary fee (we prefer card payments)

No advance booking!

Guided Tours in the Museum

The villagers of the Ironworks present the main exhibition of the museum called – Life at Fiskars Ironworks – and the topic specific exhibition – Dear Passengers. The topic specific exhibition narrates the story of Pikku-Pässi, our steam locomotive, and the narrow-gauge railway that operated between Fiskars Upper Ironworks and Pohjankuru harbour. In addition, you will hear about the Pikku-Pässi -project and the latest news about the steam locomotive.

Sat 28th of November 2020 Non-Stop starting at 11 am.

Starting Point: main building of the Museum

Languages: Finnish, Swedish or English 

Group size: limited to 10 people

Participation fee: free of charge

No advance booking!