Explore interesting sights in Helsingborg, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Helsingborg, Sweden.
1. Sofiero slott
Sofiero Palace or just Sofiero in Helsingborg Municipality, Scania was one of the Swedish royal family's country mansions, located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of Helsingborg. It was originally a Scanian farm called Skabelycke, bought in 1864 by Prince Oscar of Sweden and his wife Sophia of Nassau. The first one-story palace was completed in 1865. It was expanded to its current size between 1874 and 1876, after Prince Oscar had been crowned King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway.
The steam ferry station, also the Färjestation station, is a former station building in Helsingborg. The building was designed by the then Chief Architect Folke Zettervall of the State Railway and was built in 1898. Originally, the building was only thought of as a provisional solution, as the real idea was to collect all Helsingborg’s train traffic in a central station at the port. Nowadays, the building is the seat of the nightclub The Tivoli.
Kärnan is a medieval tower in Helsingborg, Scania, in southern Sweden. It is the only part remaining of a larger Danish fortress which, along with the fortress Kronborg on the opposite bank of the Øresund, controlled the entranceway between the Kattegat and the Øresund and further south the Baltic Sea.
Vikingsberg is a villa with an associated park located on the castle in Helsingborg. The villa has previously functioned as a municipal art museum, later a private art gallery, but is now an office for the City of Helsingborg's cultural administration. The villa became a listed building in 1967.
Stadsparken, really Krookka planting, in Helsingborg, is very central, just south of the city's older parts, bounded by Järnvägsgatan in the west, Trädgårdsgatan, Södergatan, Thure Röings street and Carl Krook's street in the east, and Bollbrogatan in the south.
6. Gustav Adolfs kyrka
Gustav Adolf's church is a church building in Helsingborg. It is a parish church in Gustav Adolf's parish in Lund's diocese. The church is centrally located in the district, surrounded by a large number of shops and an extensive daily square.
7. Bårslövs kyrka
Bårslöv church is located in the southeastern part of Bårslöv, a few miles east of Helsingborg. Bårslöv was previously a separate parish, Bårslöv parish, but since 2010 belongs to Kvistofta parish in the diocese of Lund.
8. Henckelska gården
Henckelska gården is a listed trading farm from the 1600s located at Norra Storgatan in Helsingborg. It got its current name from the merchant Fredrik Wilhelm Henckel who owned the farm in the mid-1800s.
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