Make your way into the English park after visiting Fredriksdal’s kitchen garden.
Follow the meandering paths and feel the magic. The English park reflects the 19th century’s romantic perception of nature. Foliage at that time was no longer to be pruned back or sculpted. Plants should be free to grow naturally. In the English park, the paths curve gently along between shady groups of trees and bushes and open meadows. Here you won’t find any floral arrangements in well-raked borders. The park should surprise you and attract you to continue beyond the next tree trunk or the next bend in the road. There is a close connection with nature and the contentedly grazing animals, and all that separates you from them are the deep ‘aha-ditches’. Along the way is a pretty gazebo dating from the 1800s. Take a seat and relax for a while.