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 exhibition starts with a theme room on the first floor, the contents of which change at regular intervals. In the Industrial Room, you familiarize yourself with the industrial products manufactured by Fiskars throughout the ages and the laboring in workshops at the end of the 19th century. The workers’ home presents the living conditions of working families in the Ironworks in the 1910s.
Upstairs, the owner family von Julin and the developments of the 19th century, which represent the heyday of the Fiskars Ironworks, are presented. Cloths and accessories related to dressing are on display in the small room dedicated to the people of the Ironworks. In addition, you can use an entertaining game to find out who you are from the history of Fiskars Ironworks. In the final room, the progress of the “Save Pikku-Pässi” -project is presented. The goal of the project is to restore Pikku-Pässi, Finland’s oldest narrow-gauge locomotive, to working order and the narrow-gauge railway inside the Fiskars Ironworks.
During the general opening hours of the museum.
The entrance fee is included in the price of the museum entrance ticket.
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.
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.
Traditional Christmas Exhibition
Christmas traditions among workers´ and gentry in Fiskars Why is there a Christmas tree hanging from the roof in the workers’ room? In the living room,