There is always something to do in Halmstad and the schedule includes theatre, sports, culture, art, history, nature, festivals, etc.
There’s also lots of different art around Halmstad. Get an art map from the tourist office and set off around the city as your own guide. If you want to swing a club then there are ten golf courses to choose from in the Golfing Capital of Halmstad. Take a dip at one of the city’s many beaches, visit the flagship beach of Tylösand, or find your own favourite bay. Nature is constantly around us with wide-ranging moorland, forests, rocky slopes and thundering waterfalls. Experience one of our nature reserves on foot, bike or why not by canoe?
As you will see there’s something for everyone in Halmstad – now it’s time to find your favourite.
Except from the well known beach of Tylösand there is 21 beaches along the 40 kilometre long coastline. The only school of lifeguards in the Nordic countries is located at Tylösand and the school, train 60 lifeguards annually. Lifeguards patrol the beaches during the summer. Disability adapted bathing places are located in Tylösand and on Östra stranden (The Eastern beach). Inland you find bathing places among many of the lakes.
Venture into an exciting new world; forego all preconceived ideas of traditional museum visits, dispel all notions of tiptoeing through silent art galleries to view masterpieces from afar, change how you interact with content, stimulate your senses and challenge your beliefs of what an ‘exhibition’ can be. Prepare yourself for a vibrant symphony of light, color and sound – combined and amplified to create what visitors are calling “an unforgettable multi-sensory experience”.
Monet to Cézanne this summer in Halmstad Arena!
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In the hometown of Gyllene Tider and Roxette, there is a constant stream of entertainment. At Simstadion Brottet, concerts are set with the sea as a backdrop. Hallandsgården holds sing-alongs, and Norre Katts Park’s musicians and poets perform on Kafé Rotundan´s small stage. Live music can be heard from pubs and rock stages. During the International Street Festival, the whole town becomes one big stage and Nolltrefem is a culture centre for young people, often visited by well-known preformers on their way up.
At Halmstad Teater (theatre), the auditorium fills with expectant audiences when different productions excite and interesting lectures fascinate. The programme is packed with visiting performers, and local talents offer music, theatre, variety shows, dance and musicals. Halmstad Arena is the place to be if you prefer bigger shows, sports events and exhibitions.
Let your hair down to the resident orchestra or relax at one of the many outdoor cafés and restaurants. Maybe you prefer a turn on the dance floor to a dance band in Västerhagen or a gospel concert in Gullbranna? Throughout July, the festival spirit begins when the sun is still high in the sky, and après beach at Solgården in Tylösand is a classic, to say the least.
An popular oasis for the whole family just east of town. Swedish animals, hikes, BBQ-areas and much more.
Welcome to a world of history from a military point of view. At the Garrison Museum you find historical objects, uniforms, weapons, local and global stories- as well as human destinies! Here we look into the Garrison’s history, a history that stretches far beyond the military society. The Air Defence Collection, which is one of Sweden’s four national military history collections, is stored in Skedalahed, 5 km east of Halmstad. The owner of the collection is Army Museum. The collection is open for pre-arranged visits and on open house days.
We especially focus on… The comic book figure 91 Karlsson.
Popular wedding chapel built in wood. Open during the summer.
Indoor pool with water slides, bubble pool, spa section, exercise area and café.
In the olden days, Halmstad had four town gates and today only the North Gate remains. Once this narrow passage was a through route for one of our largest main roads…