Things to do in Helsingborg, Skane County: The Best Nature & Parks

October 16, 2021 Tambra Mccollister

Helsingborg is southern Sweden’s city by the sea, where wonderful beaches, attractions, shopping and nature are all just moments away. Enjoy the gardens of Sofiero and Fredriksal, climb the stairs to the top of the tower Kärnan, then dip your toes in the sea… later, explore fascinating exhibitions at Dunkers Culture Hall, indulge in the unique offerings of the local stores, and savor cuisines from around the world in Helsingborg’s vast selection of restaurants.
Restaurants in Helsingborg

1. Svaneback

Viken, Helsingborg Sweden +46 42 33 71 00 http://www.hoganas.se
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Svaneback

In Svaneback by Viken you will find a long, lovely and child-friendly long sandy beach. Here you have a view of Oresund. Bus 220 stops just nearby (stop Svaneback Musselvagen).

2. Hasslarps dammar

Hyllingevagen, Helsingborg 265 90 Sweden +46 42 10 50 00 [email protected] http://www.lansstyrelsen.se/skane/Sv/samhallsplanering-och-kulturmiljo/planfragor/planeringsunderlag/naturvardsprogram/landomrade/helsingborg/Pages/10._Hasslarps_dammar.aspx
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5.0 based on 3 reviews

Hasslarps dammar

3. Vikingsbergsparken

Vikingsgatan 4, Helsingborg 254 38 Sweden +46 42 10 50 00 http://helsingborg.se/uppleva-och-gora/friluftsliv-och-motion/parker-och-gronomrade/vikingsbergsparken/
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Vikingsbergsparken

Vikingsbergsparken is still reminiscent of its origins: a privately owned park from the last century. It accommodates one of Helsingborg's more special playgrounds, a boules court, a pond, a fountain and beautiful conservatories.

4. Attekulla Naturreservat

Lassemansvagen, Helsingborg 253 61 Sweden +46 42 10 50 00 http://helsingborg.se/uppleva-och-gora/friluftsliv-och-motion/naturomrade/attekulla/
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Attekulla Naturreservat

Attekulla is a varied recreation area with both open meadow, grazing land and dense forest. The deciduous forest has a predominance of oak and beech, with parts of pine, birch, rowan etc. In the Attekulla area you can use various paths, fire places and benches for recreational purpose. The regional hiking trail of Skaneleden and the local trail of Landborgspromenaden pass through the area.

5. Rydebacksbadet

Ytterovagen 171, Helsingborg 257 31 Sweden +46 42 10 50 00 http://helsingborg.se/uppleva-och-gora/friluftsliv-och-motion/badplatser-och-strander/badplatser-i-helsingborg/rydeback/
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Rydebacksbadet

Rydebäcksbadet offers several hundred metres of beautiful sandy beach. Above the beach is a large grassy area where you can both play ball games and fly kites.

6. Sofiero Palace

Sofierovagen, Helsingborg Sweden +46 73 315 40 79 [email protected] http://www.sofiero.se
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Sofiero Palace

Sofiero Palace was, until the 1970s, a summer residence for Swedish royalty. The magnificent heritage of thousands of rhododendrons, beds, borders and kitchen gardens is carefully tended by a team of dedicated experts. In 2010, Sofiero was voted Europe’s Best Park.Sofiero is situated just north of the town of Helsingborg in southern Sweden. Interesting exhibitions in the palace and a variety of exciting events and activities in the beautiful park and gardens are some of the things you can look forward to when planning your visit. The season, during which the palace, shops, restaurant and café are open for visitors, starts March 31 and ends in September. However, you are welcome to visit Sofiero for a guided tour, a walk in the park and a chance to enjoy the view over the strait of Öresund to Denmark at any time of the year.

Reviewed By SverigeBill - Lund, Sweden

Sofiero is a great place to visit for the formal gardens, especially in the spring for the rhododendrons and in the autumn for the ljusstämning (where the grounds are open at night with all the paths lit by candles.)

7. Fredriksdal Open-Air Museum and Botanical Garden

Havertgatan, Helsingborg Sweden +46 42 10 45 00 [email protected] http://www.fredriksdal.se
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Fredriksdal Open-Air Museum and Botanical Garden

Welcome to Fredriksdal museums and gardens Nowhere in Europe will you find an equivalent to Fredriksdal. This is Skåne in miniature, with 360,000 square metres of unique settings, buildings and gardens. Here, the history and diversity of the countryside are caringly kept alive. With its museums and gardens, Fredriksdal offers interesting activities for all ages, all year round. Take an explanatory walk, watch the animals grazing or join the manor maids for an interesting tour. Buy a bag of old fashioned sweets in the old town quarter, or your favourite rose in the flower shop. Find answers to your questions on nature or folklore, or just lie back and relax in a hammock. With its historical parks and gardens, houses and farms, animals, meadows, woods and pastures, all situated around an eighteenth century manor house, a visit to Fredriksdal is like making a journey back into the past.

Reviewed By 165ingvare - Helsingborg, Sweden

A beautiful place for a relaxing walk or a picnic. Interesting reconstuctions of historic farmhouse and old village environments and a lovely collection of roses if you come at the right time of the year. In the summer they also have an outdoor theatre that plays a new comedy every year. Traditional Midsummer Celebration with music and dance around the Maypole.

8. Tropikariet

21 Haevertgatan, Helsingborg 254 42 Sweden +46 42 13 00 35 [email protected] http://tropikariet.com
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Tropikariet

Reviewed By 249erichk - Centreville, United States

we are regulars and always have a good time. It's great to be able to get so close to the animals. there is a gift shop and cafe, but really, it's all about the animals.

9. Ramlosa Park

Helsingborg Sweden http://ramlösa.se/om-ramlosa/ramlosaparken/
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Ramlosa Park

This is a former spa that is now a park. It is the source of Ramlösa mineral water. The park is free and open to the public.

10. Rosetradgarden

Drottning Margaretas gata, Helsingborg 252 23 Sweden
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