Örebro - Do & See

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Örebro Castle

In the center of the city stands the stately Örebro castle, the gathering point in the city for more than 700 years. Once a simple castle for defense and prison, but during the Vasa era it was rebuilt as a magnificent, royal castle. Today the castle is an open tourist attraction, full of life, with tours, exhibitions, a restaurant and a café.

AddressÖrebro Slott
Phone+46 19 21 21 21
Webwww.orebrotown.com
More InfoCentral Örebro

Wadköping

At the beach of the Svartå in central Örebro, we find the open-air museum Wadköping with environments from Örebro in the past. In the small farm buildings from the 17th-19th centuries there are craftsmen, shops, museums, a café and exhibitions. There are also other museum buildings like Cajsa Warg’s house and Kungstugan from the 16th and 17th centuries. Events all through the year.

Phone+46 19 21 62 20
TicketsFree entry
Webwww.orebro.se/wadkoping
More InfoEast of the City Park, Örebro

Gustavsvik

Gustavsviks Upplevelsebad (water world) is a fantastic experience in a jungle-like environment with Europe’s longest wild water fall, water slopes, aquarium lagoons and a pool area for the youngest visitors. In addition to the bath part, there is an exercise pool, solariums, gym and a wonderful outdoor pool area. Even a fishing pond with trout, a field for soccer and a beach volleyball area. Here is also adventure golfing for children, with buildings from Örebro.

AddressStenbackevägen
Phone+46 19 19 69 00
Webwww.gustavsvik.se

Stadsparken

In 2005, Stadsparken was ranked the fifth finest park in Europe. In the year before, the park was voted to be the most pleasant park in Sweden. Experience the wonderful flowers and unwind in the restaurant or café at the Stadrädsgård. In the park you will also find Örebro’s largest playground.

AddressStadsparken
TicketsFree entry
Webwww.orebro.se
More InfoEast Örebro, entry from Floragatan

Guided tours of Örebro castle

During the summer, there are daily guided tours of Örebro Castle, a trip to times gone by. Hear about nobles, prisoners and servants and of known and unknown episodes from the castle’s history.The rest of the year the castle has guided tours every Saturday and Sunday.

AddressÖrebro castle
Phone+46 19 21 21 21
Opening hoursse website
TicketsAt Örebro castle tourist office
Webwww.orebrotown.com/slottet
Emailinfo@orebrokompaniet.se
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Karlslund

The cultural reserve Karlslund is a scenic area with a long history and is only five kilometres from Örebro centre. In this idyll you will find beautiful nature, cultural and industrial history, artisan towns, shops, a garden for children and in the old mill building there is a modern and exciting technological museum filled with experiences for the whole family.

Phone+46 19 21 62 20
Public TransportLocal bus no. 7
TicketsFree entry
Webwww.orebrotown.com
More InfoDirections towards Karlslund, turn off at the road towards Garphyttan

Hjälmaren and Vinön

Just south of Örebro, lake Hjälmaren extends. It is best to enjoy this beautiful lake from a boat, so come along on one of the cruises which start from Örebro harbour. The idyllic Vinön is Hjälmaren’s largest island and a popular destination among the inhabitants of Örebro and tourists. Vägverket’s free ferry will take you there.

AddressVinön
Phone+46 19 44 81 01
Public TransportFree ferry from Hampetorp, 35 km southeast of Örebro
TicketsCruises: www.lagerbjelke.com
Webwww.vinon.se

Örebro Läns Museum

Örebro Länsmuseum (county museum) shows art and cultural history. Changing and permanent exhibitions, museum shop and restaurant.

AddressEngelbrektsgatan 3
Phone+46 19 602 87 00
Opening hoursOpen Tue-Sun
TicketsFree entrance
Webwww.olm.se
More InfoLocated in the city centre

Svampen

From the 50-meter high platform of the water tower ”Svampen,” you have an incredible view of Örebro and Närke. At the moment the watertower is closed for renovation, see website for information on when it will reopen.

AddressDalbygatan 3
Phone+46 19 611 37 35
Webwww.svampen.nu

Stortorget & St. Nicolai Church

Stortorget (the town square) is one of Örebro’s most important historical places. This is where St. Nicolai Church is, the city’s principal church since the Middle Ages, but also the place where Jean Baptiste Bernadotte was elected heir to the throne in 1810. The neo-Gothic town hall is also on the square with its glockenspiel, which in winter houses Sweden’s largest advent calendar. It is also here in front of the church, that the largest Christmas concert, O Holy night, is performed every year on the 2nd Sunday of Advent.

AddressStortorget, Örebro
Webwww.orebrotown.com
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