Fredriksdal museums and gardens

From the outside, it maybe looks like a park, but thousands of people have stepped into Fredriksdal and discovered an entirely new landscape. A miniature Skåne containing several parks, gardens, nature areas, cultivated sections, a manor house, an urban district and farms with animals. A place where culture and nature are constantly changing, in line with the seasons. Fredriksdal is both a landscape botanical garden and an open-air museum, which is unique in the Nordic region.

The urban district in Fredriksdal provides a snapshot of old Helsingborg with its farms, cobblestoned streets, narrow alleys, workshops and shops. It is an attempt to recreate on a small scale how Helsingborg typically looked in the 1800s and early 1900s. Hedström’s shop transports you through time and space. Admittedly they don’t sell tinned food and wine any more but they do sell loads of delicious sweets in paper cones. You can also find soaps, loose tea and local Ramlösa liquorice. While you’re there you can take a look at Kaffestunden, a small exhibition about coffee breaks – an institution in Sweden.

Trädgårdskafé
At Fredriksdals Trädgårdskafé you can always enjoy a well-cooked lunch or a generous sandwich, or why not sample some home baking from our well-stocked bistro?

Events
Fredriksdal museums and gardens organise several events, primarily during the peak season. These include daily guided tours at 1 pm and 3.15 pm from June to August. In July you can go on a guided theatre tour, Historien får liv (Bringing history to life), daily at 11 am and 2 pm.
For more information please visit our website: www.fredriksdal.se/program

Opening hours and entrance fee at Fredriksdal, see webpage.

Phone: + 42 10 45 00 is the number for Helsingborgs Kontaktcenter, which can answer questions about Fredriksdal and connect you to the right person where necessary.

Website: www.fredriksdal.se

Address: Gisela Trapps väg 1

Postal code: 251 89 Helsingborg

Latitude: 56.05788899999999

Longitude: 12.70883200000003