Angelholm in Sweden, from Europe region, is best know for Parks. Discover best things to do in Angelholm with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 122 reviews
This little park in the outskirts of Ängelholm offered something that very few places can, normally. A place for my daughter to run herself into the ground without me feeling terrified that I have to run behind her. A massive playground, a little troll-forest with tiny tree-sculptures and the like, a number of animals you can look at (including a couple really majestic looking deer) although my daughter was more drawn to what she said was a house for Lions. A simple misunderstanding as the Peacock hut is sponsored by Lions. My dad mentioned this, and so every time we went past, it was the Lion house, but they were always sleeping. Only way to get her to leave.
The playground is very much an old-school one, with actual slides, houses, Bridges, swings. I say "old-school" because increasingly I'm seeing parks with hard-to-walk beams, funky shapes and designs, and no doubt a lot of science behind it. But I quite like having little houses, rope Bridges to walk across, and similar. Feels proper.
The only word of caution for parents, the entire park is basically in sand/light pebbles which means sandals aren't that ideal, my daughter preferred shoes. Small thing.
When your kids have run themselves into the ground, that's when you head to the cafe for either icecream or waffles (or crisps and a hotdog, nobody will judge) and any beverage you like. If you want lunch, there's a very good restaurant available as well, serving proper meals.
The overall park has also recently finished a major enhancement for anyone with kids 8+ (including moody teenagers) which is a large climbing installation. Perfectly suitable for adults. And when I say climbng installation I mean industrial strength, 5-10 meters in the air, 30 meter ziplining, you climb in a harness with a helmet, through a massive obstacle-style course. Apparently takes an hour or more, by the look of it. Prices were from 280 SEK for kids, 330 or so for teens and adults. But it looked impressive as anything, so if you have kids who like to climb/be adventurous, this is worth a gamble. There was also a family ticket if there's a few of you willing to give it a go. I doubt I can ever get my wife up in one of those things, but when the daughter is old enough, I might give it a go.
Overall this is a very nice place to visit and has something for most ages, and even for those travelling without kids, as there are a few museums, and on select days there's a market with local goods for sale. An excellent part of Sweden to visit.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
A fantastic place if you are interested in history and military aviation. Run entirely by the F10 Kamratförening (the staff works ideally), the impressive collection of historic and present aircraft of the Swedish Air Force are given justice with lots of information.
A well sorted shop sells books (even rare ones), model kits, toys, t-shirts and ice cream.
Well worth a visit!
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Welcome to the Railway Museum in Ängelholm! Come and see the developement of Railways on our large model railway with a slide show, covering their history from horse-drawn freight wagons to today´s high speed trains. Or take a ride in the locomotive simulator, Locomotion. Everyone, from children till advanced technicians, will find something interesting at the museum. If you come in summertime, don´t miss the miniature railway in the park behind the museumI In our shop we sell souvenirs, books, films, toys and much more. We also offer coffee, soft drinks, ice Cream, sweets and simple meals. Every year we organize a number of large events with steam trains and other attractions. We also arrange temporary Exhibitions.
Great Museum for a rainy day. Very well structured about the Swedish rail history. Has everything from the start of railroads to modern railroads. Has some great examples of steam engines. Explains the development of Sweden from a poor third world country into a modern well fare state in the context of railroads.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
Have creatures from another planet landed in Ängelholm? In Siberia Forest in southern Ängelholm there is a unique monument. Three tons of heavily throne a discus-shaped spacecraft in the center of some circular impressions in the scenic glare. The story behind the monument is amazing and exciting. Have creatures from another planet landed a few hundred meters from Skälderviken? Or is there a natural explanation?
4.5 based on 3 reviews
4 based on 4 reviews
The area offers hiking trails and rich plant and wildlife. The Strandskog area is one of few natural coastal dune landscapes in Sweden. Strandskog area with coastal dune landscape. Several hiking trails in an area of rich plant and wildlife. Start at Råbocka, 5 different trails between 2.5 km - 8.3 km. Ängelholm’s Strandskog has been a nature reserve since 2010.
Från Sibirien i söder till Råbocka i norr sträcker sig Kronoskogen, en oas av rang. Tyvärr väldigt misshandlad i söder med fula sår i skog o plantering efter någon vansinnig "återställningskampanj", men resten av skogen är väldigt lummig och lätt ströv-bar med stigar kors o tvärs.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Storgatan is the central pedestrian street in the city. Here are a lot of different shops, restaurants and cafes. Storgatan is a very appreciated street, both by the locals and by tourists.
Lilla Ängelholm paradgata mitt i city. Den e inte stot fast den heter så - men det ligger många olika sorts bitiker på denna gata. Den en kombinerad cykel/gågata nästan hela gatan. - så gör gärna ett besök för ni lär inte bli besvikna - här finns gott om uteserveringar både för fika och äta mat.. City behöver sina kunder och inte bara köpcentrat lite nordöst om city.Här finns gott om uteserveringar - både för fika till att ta en bit mat.
4 based on 2 reviews
3.5 based on 3 reviews
A small bathing area with a bathing jetty located in Skälderviken. Many of the locals often go down to Sven Jons Udde on Walpurgis Night to watch the May ball that is often held there.
4 based on 2 reviews
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