Learn more about worldwide artisans

Each ÉCONOMUSÉE is carefully concocted to make your visit memorable. Whether it's outside on the porch, inside the front doors, or woven through the garden, the RECEPTION area is where you meet the artisan or one of their helpers, and get oriented to their trade and to the working studio you're about to explore.

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Arfleifð ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Iceland)

Arfleifð specializes in high quality handcrafted apparel and accessories made from traditional materials such as animal and fish leather, horn, wool and horse hair.

Arven ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

The silverfactory has for nearly 150 years had its production in the center of Bergen, and for the first time in history, we now open the doors of this traditional workshop to the public.

Aurlandskoen ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

The Aurland shoe has been produced since the mid 1930's. We know of 19 different shoe factory that has been operating in Aurland, and at most almost 100 people employed within shoemaking in the region.

Boat Builder við Ánna
(Faroe Islands)

The Boat Builder við Ánna will become an Economusee during 2014. Meanwhile you can already visit and see the boat builder Johan Andreas Olsen and his son in the workshop, building small traditional Faroese boats.

Breeogue Pottery
(Ireland)

Grainne McLaughlin a native of Sligo and her husband Tom Callery established the award winning Breeogue Pottery and Callery Ceramics in the late 1990s. Together they collaborate to produce vessel forms and wall mounted pieces.

Broughgammon Farm Économusée
(Northern Ireland)

Broughgammon Farm is a forward thinking family farm run by husband and wife team Robin and Millie, their son Charlie, and his wife Becky.
The farm aims to specialise in environmentally friendly, artisanal farming and food production.

Celtic Roots Studio ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Ireland)

Celtic Roots have adopted this Irish saying to describe the beauty and history associated with bogwood which has been hidden in Irish bogs for over 4000 years and which has now come into our hands to be transformed into individually sculptured pieces.

Ciderhuset ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

The Cider House is located in Balestrand in Sogn, a small walk from the pier and Kviknes hotel. The Cider House produce traditional Norwegian apple cider. They grow their own apples and have over decades developed different sorts of fine cider, from sparkling to fruit brandies.

Fjordtønna ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

Traditionally anchovies were packaged in miniature wooden barrels. This was the packaging method commonly used for shipping anchovies to consumers domestically and internationally.

Frösö Handtryck ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Sweden)

At Frösö Handtryck artwork is transformed into endless patterns and printed by hand on fabric, color by color, meter by meter, on 25 meter long printing tables. In the sewing workshop the printed fabrics are turned into cushions, aprons, bags, towels etc.

Hazelwood Herb Farm
(British Columbia - Canada)

Hazelwood Herb Farm is a unique place where you can see, smell and taste the genuine quality of products made with herbs cultivated and processed on site, as well as discover how herbs are transformed into culinary, cosmetic and household products by artisans who are passionate about their craft.

Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk is a family owned wool spinning mill founded in 1898. It has been in the same family for four generations. The mill is one of Norway´s most long established wool – and yarn producers.

Hillstown Brewery Économusée
(Northern Ireland)

Visitors to Hillstown Brewery can see up close how this traditional working farm has diversified to meet the growing demand for artisan products, including producing craft beer and wagyu-style beef. The café and farm shop also offer produce from the brewery and farm, to enjoy on the premises or take away.

Klövsjö Gårdsbryggeri ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Sweden)

From the best ingredients, using traditional brewing techniques. At Klövsjö Gårdsbryggeri beer is produced with artisanal methods. All beers are made from scratch: Malt is crushed, cast, wort is boiled with hops. Fermentation takes from 2 days up to 10 for the strongest brews.

Ledaal Teppeveveri ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

It is now over 65 years since Ledaal Teppeveveri began to weave carpets in Stavanger, Norway. The company is family owned and run by Cathrine Hærem and her husband Steffen Wesnes. They makes and delivers carpets to Norwegian churches, architects, private homes and cabins.

Mikkjal the Blacksmith ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Faroe Islands)

In the magnificent scenery of Trøllanes village is Kallsgarður and Mikkjal´s Smithy. Mikkjal invites you to discover the history of the Faroese blacksmith craft from the vikings and up until present time.

Oleana ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

Oleana has a fantastic group of employees with extensive experience in the textile field. With their skilful and clever hands, they start work every morning, and the advanced knitting machines don't stop until night has fallen. The employees are hired on the basis of their expertise, the pleasure they take in their work, and their good humour.

Oselvarverkstaden ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

The Oselvar Boatyard – is a foundation, founded 1997 to save the craft of building the traditional Oselvar boat, and to bring the knowledge and skill over to new generations of boat builders. Until summer 2012 the boat yard has built 75 boats of different size and for different use.

Pottery ÉCONOMUSÉE® de la poterie
(Quebec - Canada)

A wheel, a kiln, some good clay and many hours spent shaping pieces that evoke the shapes of other cultures epitomized by human and animal representations: this is what the pottery ÉCONOMUSÉE® is all about.

Scullion Hurls ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Northern Ireland)

Nestled in the heart of the north Antrim village of Loughguile where hurling is the life blood of the community, Scullion Hurls is a family run business with 30 years experience in the production of hand finished hurleys.

St Tola Goat Cheese
(Ireland)

St Tola Goat Cheese has been made in the townland of Inagh, just south of the Burren in beautiful County Clare, since the late 1970s. The farm is just a few miles from the Wild Atlantic Way and is surrounded by beauty and the luscious Irish countryside.

Stine Hoff Kunstglass ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

Stine Hoff has been designing and blowing colourful glass-objects since 1990. Her glassblowing education was done at Brabrand school of glass in Denmark and Orrefors school of glass in Sweden.

Storsjöhyttan ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Sweden)

Storsjöhyttan was founded in the Autumn of 1995, the first studio glassworks in the county of Jämtland. It is owned and run by three women bold enough to put their passionate feel for the craft to practical use in a part of Sweden without any glassmaking tradition!

Syse Gard ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

Syse Gard is a traditional farm in the fjords of Norway. The climate locations gives very good conditions for growing fruit. Gro and Hans are the fifth generation to run the farm.

The Spinning Mill Mona
(Faroe Islands)

You find the Spinning Mill Mona in the heart of Klaksvik. It is located in a renovated historic building, which was built in 1946 as a spinning mill. The building is architecturally interesting, as well as historically.

Tutl ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Faroe Islands)

TUTL became an Economusée in 2013, the worhshop and TUTL shop situated on the main street of Tórshavn, Capital of Faroe Island. When you visit TUTL you can experience the width of Faroese music, from the original roots to the modern composers and artistic experiment.

Tønnegarden ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

The art of coopering is diminishing but at Tønnegarden the production is going at full speed. With a new workshop up and running, the family offers a unique experience in learning how barrels are made. You are also welcome to taste delicious goods baked in the stone oven.

Ullform ÉCONOMUSÉE®
(Norway)

Feltmaking is the most ancient textile craft, and we are proud to carry these traditions further into modern designs. At Ullform we design, develop and produce feltet products, all from our studio in Stavanger.

Ursa Minor Économusée
(Northern Ireland)

Ursa Minor is a Real Bread Bakehouse situated on North Coast of Ireland. Unique hand shaped sour dough loaves and french style patisserie are some of the many treats on offer. Why not pay a visit and discover what inspired Dara & Ciara to open Ursa Minor?