Rothoffska Allotment & the Citadel
Landskrona features Sweden’s only allotment museum. This small, green painted cottage and allotment was built by the Rothoff family in 1903. The cottage is furnished in the style of the early 20th century, and there is a small exhibition about the history of the allotment. Perennial beds and roses flourish in the front garden, while vegetables and herbs grow at the back. Honey from the original beehive is sold at Landskrona Museum. The Citadel Allotments are Sweden’s oldest preserved allotment areas, on the old fortifications of Landskrona Citadel. There are 122 allotments here, featuring colourful floral displays and spectacular ornamental woodwork.