There are around 50 historical buildings on Fredriksdal's grounds. Some of the buildings are original to Fredriksdal and some are bought from other parts of Skåne and later moved here. Feel free to step over the doorstep to life that it was over 100 years ago.
The main building at Fredriksdal dates from 1787 when it was built as a summer residence for Fredrik Wilhelm Cöster, a wealthy director of diving and salvage company.
At the east part of Fredriksdal you will find the windmill. It still works and is sometimes used during big events.
This is a three-sided farmstead that was originally located in the parish of Perstorp and, since being moved to Fredriksdal, it has become one of our most popular attractions. In…
The Ågård farm dates from 1810. It is a dovetailed timber building from the parish of Markaryd in the province of Småland.
Fredriksdal’s stables, barn and coach-house were important buildings for the farming operations that took place on the estate. The buildings were erected at different stages during the initial decades of…
Bone mill, gristmill and sawmill
On your way to Lillaryd Farm, you can see three historic buildings. Each one has played an important role for people’s livelihood.
<strong>Fredriksdal’s open</strong> air theatre
The laughter and the applause linger in the air long after the last of the summer’s performances. The open-air theatre was laid out in 1927, modelled after the garden theatres…
The skittle alley was built in 1904 at Gästgivaregården (the inn) in Mörarp, east of Helsingborg. The skittle club in Mörarp used the alley until 1988 when it was moved…
There are two smithies at Fredriksdal – Bössmedjan and Harlyckesmedjan. Bössmedjan belonged to Ågård at one time, and Harlyckesmedjan was located on Ramlösavägen street in Helsingborg.
The malt dryer was originally located in the vicinity of Höganäs on the Kulla peninsula, and it was the last one in the district of Luggude. It was probably built…