Top Choice Museum in Helsingborg

Fredriksdal museer och trädgårdar

One of Sweden’s best open-air museums, based around an 18th-century manor house (not open to the public), the houses and shops you see here once graced the streets of central Helsingborg; they were moved here, brick…
Top Choice Museum in Helsingborg

Dunkers Kulturhus

Just north of the transport terminal, the crisp white Dunkers Kulturhus encompasses an interesting town museum (free) and temporary exhibitions (admission varies), plus a concert hall, an urbane cafe and a design-sa…
Ruins in Helsingborg


Dramatic steps and archways lead up from Stortorget to the square tower Kärnan (34m), all that remains of the medieval castle. The castle became Swedish property during the 17th-century Danish–Swedish War, and was m…
Museum in Helsingborg

Toy World

We think you'll be hard pressed to find an adult who won't also enjoy this dinky collection of toys and games from around the world – there's something to whisk almost everyone back to the carefree days of youth. Th…
Gardens in Helsingborg


About 5km north of Helsingborg, Sofiero is an impressive former royal summer residence and park with wonderful rhododendrons (best seen in full bloom in May and June) and occasional big-name summer gigs, the likes o…
Church in Helsingborg


In the old town, the 15th-century Gothic brick Mariakyrkan has a magnificent interior, including a triptych dating from 1450 and an ornate Renaissance pulpit.
Zoo in Helsingborg


Tropikariet is a semi-zoo, with a reptile house, an aquarium and exotic furry critters housed in faux-natural habitats. Many people think having an indoor zoo for tropical critters in an artificially tropical place …
Historic Building in Helsingborg


The mighty Rådhuset was completed in 1897 in neo-Gothic style and contains stained-glass scenes illustrating Helsingborg’s history. It still houses city offices and isn't open for visitors as such, but you can certa…