In the town quarter at Fredriksdal you can experience some genuine local history, with buildings that were originally located at different sites in central Helsingborg.
There is an old rectory dating from the 1700s in Frediksdal’s town quarter. It was originally located in central Helsingborg.
Strömgrändsgården – the heart of the town quarter
In 1962 there was a comprehensive programme of demolition in Helsingborg. Strömgrändsgården was one of the areas that was torn down.
Erica Fashion House
One of the buildings in the town quarter houses a retro-exhibition on fashion and entrepreneurship: Erica Modehus (fashion house).
In the Coffee Time exhibition, you can find out more about the history of Swedish coffee-drinking and the traditional ’fika’.
Hedströms General Store
Quite literally, you take a step back in time when you enter Hedströms general store. Here you can buy old-fashioned sweets, baskets, special Fredriksdal products and much more. Why not…
Thor Winett’s barber shop opened in 1923 and was originally located in Gamlegård in central Helsingborg.
Martha Persson Henning’s medical practice
Marta Persson Henning was one of Sweden’s first women doctors and you can find her medical practice in one of the buildings in the town quarter.
The workshop from Helsingborg’s last beltmaker, or girdler, can be found in one of the buildings in the town quarter.
Ernst Andersson’s glove factory
Between 1906 and 1942, Ernst Andersson’s glove factory had its workshop and emporium in Strömgrändsgården in Helsingborg.