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Fiskars museum

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Fiskars!

I personally like fiskars' knives and scissors. They are the best for cutting! You can see in the... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2016
Sofia P
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Finland
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Old ironworks museum

The old ironworks area are now a museum with shopping of handicraft. Displays nicely what a small... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2015
Klaus2403
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Vaasa, Finland
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Peltorivi 9, Fiskars, Raseborg Municipality 10470, Finland
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

Fiskars is a wonderful village to visit. It used to be an old mill and an iron factory. Now most of the village is taken up by boutique shops. The biggest is the Fiskars/Iittala shop, having the full selection of Fiskars products available for purchase....More

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Reviewed 28 April 2017

We weren't sure what to expect, but as I have used Fiskars products for almost 50 years, I was adamant we go to Fiskars whilst visiting Finland. I am so pleased we did. This little museum, housed in one of the old buildings near the...More

Thank KLsWanderlust
Reviewed 1 September 2016

I personally like fiskars' knives and scissors. They are the best for cutting! You can see in the museum from the first fiskars tools to the newest ones.

Thank Sofia P
Reviewed 18 April 2016

A look at how the Fiskars name was built, interesting and instructional, looking back at how life was in a village made for workers and how life was with their products

Thank Nacho C
Reviewed 19 July 2015

The old ironworks area are now a museum with shopping of handicraft. Displays nicely what a small industrial community looked like in the 18-19th century. Nicely preserved old buildings and a small museum that displays the history of the works and the goods made there.

Thank Klaus2403
Reviewed 24 April 2015

A small house that used to be the office for the factory hass been converted into an elegant museum. More than well worth the € 3.oo they charged. I loved the time machine they have.

Thank jari L
Reviewed 10 August 2013

According to me, this place should the first place that you should visit when arriving in Fiskars. As the initial factory as left the place leaving the buildings and taces behind, this is important to understand where you are, and how life was when the...More

Thank Eric_PAQUAY
Reviewed 6 March 2013

The place is woth visiting while in Fiskars. You can see well setted up history glance and do some shopping at the gift shop. Of course the prices are quite high.

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