The mighty Rådhuset was completed in 1897 in neo-Gothic style and contains stained-glass scenes illustrating Helsingborg’s history.
Down by the harbour, this is an enduring nightclub attracting a younger foot-tapping crowd with occasional live music.
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Kungsgatan 11 · interesting places nearby
Dunkers Kulturhus information
Just north of the transport terminal, the crisp white Dunkers Kulturhus houses the main tourist office, an interesting town museum and temporary exhibitions (admission includes entry to both), plus a concert hall, an urbane cafe and a design-savvy gift shop. The building’s creator, Danish architect Kim Utzon, is the son of Sydney Opera House architect Jørn Utzon.
From here, saunter along Norra Hamnen (North Harbour), where apartments, restaurants and bars meet yachts and preened locals in one rather successful harbour-redevelopment project.