The Hallandsgården Open-air Museum
The Hallandsgården Open-air Museum lies on Galberget, a hill in central Halmstad. Founded in 1925, it is a wonderful destination for anyone interested in experiencing life in days gone by. Visit Eldsberga schoolhouse, the Hörsåsstugan medieval cottage or the stables and discover first-hand what life was like in the past with the help of an audio guide or one of our knowledgeable tour guides. You’ll find a variety of cultivated plants, like Portland roses, herbs and hops growing all around the buildings. There’s also an outdoor café in summer, a popular playground and a small exhibition space.
The area is open year round. The open-air museum is open every day June 6 through August 13 from 11 am to 5 pm. Admission is free unless otherwise indicated. The programme of events is subject to change.
The café is operated by Ekoteket and is open daily from 12 noon to 4 pm (May 1-August 27).
During high season open from 11 am to 5 pm (June 6-August 13).
They offer ecological fare, often made with locally sourced ingredients. A fresh waffle hot off the grill is a favourite of many of the guests.
To reach Hallandsgården Café by phone, call 070-773 34 34.
Find the way Hallandsgården
Address: Sofiavägen, Halmstad
Buss stop: Lasarettsvägen
GPS-coordinate: Lat N 56° 40′ 51.34″ Lon E 12° 51′ 3.2″