• Explore Mustio Manor and Fiskars village with experienced local guide

  • Hear interesting stories & history of manors in Finland

  • Possibility to explore also other special places on the way in easy and comfortable way

In addition to our scheduled trips, we can also provide private trips and many kind of tailored trips according to your personal wishes. This private manor tour takes you to the fascinating Mustio Manor (Svartå Manor) and Fiskars village.

Mustio Manor is one of the most beautiful manor houses in Finland. It was built in 1792 by Magnus Linder II. The manor house is the largest non-ecclesiastic wooden building in Finland. The architecture is a mix of the two consecutive styles rococo and neo-classicism and the Gustavian style dominates the interior. In second floor there is a unique bedroom where one king (Gustav III) and two emperors (Alexander I and Alexander II of Russia) have slept.

Fiskars was established in 1649 and is a pioneer of industrial development in Finland. Nowadays Fiskars Village is well known center of Finnish art and design. Also, you can find great variety of restaurants and cafes offering delicious local and organic food. There is also local brewery and distellery, which tap room you can taste local beers, ciders and spirits. More than 100 artists, craftsmen and designers have their studios, shops and workshops in Fiskars Village.

If having a full day trip, there is also and option is to visit Fagervik manor, Billnäs or Raseborg Castle Ruins  during the same day! Our guides know all best destinations in the area and you can explore them very comfortable way with your own private guide and minibus (+driver).

Total price for Private Manor trip is 400-800€ depending on the duration of the trip (half/full day trip) and the number of participants. Pick up and drop off is possible and included everywhere in Helsinki area, e.g. all hotels and cruise ship terminals. Please fill the contact/request form and we will arrange unforgettable experience for you.

We wish you a wonderful time in Finland!  Welcome!