The magnificent Slottet is now the county governor’s headquarters. It was originally built in the late 13th century, but most of what...
The Länsmuseum has strong and topical temporary exhibits – for example, a collection of protest posters from the ‘60s, or a...
M/S Gustaf Lagerbjelke
Hop a boat here for a three-hour lunch cruise to Hjälmaren, including an on-board shrimp supper. Boats leave daily at noon in summer....
Sandrews/Astoria is a cinema showing mainstream films. Tickets cost about Skr85.
OK, maybe Tex-Mex isn’t exactly what you expected to be eating in the middle of Sweden, but the fun decor and chirpy music at Pacos make...
Fredsgatan · interesting places nearby
Biologiska Museet information
Many Swedish schools once had private natural history collections, but most were binned in the 1960s. Örebro’s Biologiska Museet, in Karolinska Skolan, is a survivor; it’s well worth a glance for its tier upon tier of stuffed birds. Outside peak summer hours, check with the tourist office for opening times.