This magnificent building dates from 1535 when it was the residence of a Danish and Norwegian noble family. It can only be viewed from the outside.
A renovated 19th-century warehouse east of the harbour, with local exhibitions of handicrafts and art (for sale). There's a small café inside.
- Holmens Museum
This small museum charts over 400 years of paper making on the site of Norrköping's first hand paper mill, which began operations in 1633.
- Linnaeum Orangery
This beautiful orangery, a focal point of the Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala, is over 200 years old.
- Thottska Huset
On the corner of Östergatan near Drottingtorget you'll find the city's oldest half-timbered house (1558). It's not open to the public.
- Skånes Konstförening
This compact gallery located 1km south of Möllevångstorget, concentrates on emerging and lesser-known, mainly Scanian, artists.
Wander amongst picture perfect former ferrymen’s cottages from the 1740s in this little square with a cafe and a few boutiques.
- Trelleborgs Museum
Just east of the town centre, this museum covers a wide range of themes, including a 700-year-old settlement discovered nearby.
- Kvarteret Knäppingsborg
A fashionable complex of modernised warehouses that's now home to restaurants and cafes. Located in the centre of the city.
- Kalkugnarna i Smygehamn
This huge 19th-century kiln near Köpmansmagasinet gallery recalls the bygone lime industry; it smoked its last in 1954.
- Kalmar domkyrka
Home to a spectacular pulpit, the baroque Domkyrkan was designed by Tessin, King Karl X Gustav’s favourite architect.
- Lojsta Träsk
Stop off at Lojsta to see the deepest lakes in Gotland, the remains of an early medieval fortress and a fine church.
It’s worth peeking into the 18th-century domkyrka, a soothing space with chandeliers and votive ships.
- Gamla Stenbron
On the eastern river branch, find Gamla Stenbron – at 168m, it’s one of Sweden’s longest stone bridges.
- Nybro Glasbruk
Nybro is a small glassworks and boutique specialising in quirky items (think Elvis Presley glass platters).
Riverside Tivoliparken is perfect for a summertime evening stroll or a waffle or two at a waterside cafe.
- Strömstads Museum
Housed in an old power station, this museum displays local photography and objects from nautical history.
- Norre Port
A fragment of the now demolished town walls built by Christian IV still stands at the end of Storgatan.
- St Gertruds Kyrka
St Gertruds Kyrka dates from 1433 and has taken lightning strikes and riots in its stride.
- Långe Jan
Scandinavia's tallest lighthouse is a proud sentinal at the island's southernmost point.