Come along on lovely guided tour out to Lindholmen, here you get to see some of the first pieces of Karlskrona's old shipyard.
The heart of Karlskrona’s world heritage lies in the old shipyard, which has been left untouched since the 18th century. As Karlskrona as a city and naval base progressed most of the business was relocated to the new shipyard on Trossö. But the shipyard on Lindholmen was not forgotten, it has played a major part when it came to rope, reparations and maintenance of ships in Polhemsdockan - Sweden's oldest dry dock, which is still in use.
So come out and enjoy alive historical environments with exciting buildings for you to enter. Do not forget to have a look inside the almost infinite rope making building, which is the longest wooden building in Scandinavia.
During the tour you are accompanied by a legitimate rope maker from VHFK (Shipyard historic compound in Karlskrona) who has great knowledge about how the shipyard worked back in the days.
Gathering point - Högvakten, Karlskrona
Language - Swedish & English
Rope making is included
Starting time: Saturdays between the 1/5-30/6 & 25/8-29/9 Between 14:30 - 16:30
Adult - 150 sek
Youth between 7 - 19 years old - 70 sek
Children 0-6 years old - Free
Between the 1/5- 30/6 & 25/8-29/9 there is a special offer to buy a combined ticket for both "Kungsholms Fort" and a ticket for the "World Heritage walk in the Old Shipyard".
Adult - 340 sek
Youth between 12 to 19 years old - 130 sek
Children 0-6 years, free.
(The two tickets needs to be booked at the same time.)
Tickets can be purchased at Karlskrona tourist office.
There's a limited amount of people that can visit Lindholmen at a time, so it might be good to book in advance.
When you book your visit to the old shipyard, every participant will have to give away their full name, person number or pass number and also their nationality. For everyone older than 18 years old, you need to bring along some sort of id on the tour. This is solely a security matter, because the old shipyard is a restricted military area.
Pets are not allowed on this tour.