Wilhelm von Köhler, Tivoli Park.
From the collection of Hallands Konstmuseum. Today the park is known as Norre Katts Park, and right next to it stands Hallands Konstmuseum.
Hallands Konstmuseum is beautifully located next to the Nissan River and Norre Katts Park in central Halmstad. We offer exciting exhibitions and programmes for visitors of every age.
Tuesday – Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
Wednesday at 11 am to 8 pm
Regular: SEK 95
Students: SEK 70
Pensioner: SEK 70
Children and young people under the age of 20: free entry
Public guided tours and programmes are included in the admission fee unless otherwise noted.
Strollers/prams and large bags
For security reasons, we cannot allow large strollers/prams in the galleries. Instead, you can borrow either a baby carrier or light stroller at the reception desk. Backpacks and large bags are not allowed in the galleries either. However, there are lockers in our cloakroom for bags and other valuables.
302 32 Halmstad
Lat N 56° 40′ 51.54″
Lon E 12° 51′ 41.85″
Nearby bus stops
Get off at the Norre Port stop. Then walk through Norre Katts Park until you come to Hallands Konstmuseum, a distance of about 400 meters (a quarter mile). Get off at the Kastanjeallén stop. Then walk along the tree-lined Kastanjeallén until you come to Hallands Konstmuseum, a distance of about 300 meters (less than a quarter mile).
There are a few places to park on the streets around Hallands Konstmuseum. You can pay for parking with the Easy Park or Parkster apps, or by texting the information indicated on the signs.
You can also park on Idrottsvägen next to Örjans Vall Stadium, in the Svartmunken parking structure on Norra Källegatan, or in the Gamletull parking structure, which has entrances on Kungsgatan and Erik Olsons gata.