The Museum area Hammarbacken
The Fiskars Museum is located on Hammarbacken in the Fiskars Upper Ironworks. Hammarbacken (“Hammer Hill”) received its name from an industrial trip hammer
Things to Know Before the Visit
Opening Hours in 2021 Open: September 1st – May 31st, Wed-Sun 11am-4pmJune 1st – August 31st,
Bookings for Groups
Today, Fiskars Ironworks is a very popular tourist destination to groups of different types. We will help you to plan your visit,
The Fiskars Museum and the Pohja Local History Archive offer ideal learning environments that support the children’s learning across different age groups.
The coffee shop is open in the summer and for groups according to appointment. We serve sweet and salty pastries, coffee, tea, lemonade and juice. For lunch we can offer delicious soups.
The picturesque Museum shop offers carefully selected items with an old-fashioned flavour. The assortment includes items from handmade milk jugs and baking utensils to traditional fountain pens and adorable old-fashioned posters. In the museum shop, you will also find old-fashioned sweets and literature related to local history. Some of the products are handcrafted at Fiskars Ironworks and in the surrounding area by artisans.