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Saturday 25 July 14:00 – Historic Helsingborg Tour

Have you ever wanted to learn more about Helsingborg’s history? Now’s the time! Join us for a walking tour of some of Helsingborg’s historic hot spots and find out about the city’s fascinating past!

Our guide will be HIC friend and history teacher Claes Rindbro, whose in-depth knowledge and passion for history will bring bygone days back to life. The tour will last around 1.5 – 2 hours and will take in the areas around Kärnan, Långvinkeln, Storgatan, Stortorget, Drottninggatan, Maria Church, Bruksgatan and Södra Storgatan. 

COVID-19: Please remember that guidelines on social distancing are still in place and we ask you to respect them during this event. Thank you!

Meeting place: The Statue of David, below Terrasstrapporna. 

Fil:David, Helsingborg.jpg – Wikipedia

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Saturday 28 April 14:00 – City Walk: Historic Women of Helsingborg

Photo: Kvinnokarta Helsingborg

Now you have the chance to walk in the historic women of Helsingborg’s footsteps! Join the “Kvinnokarta Helsingborg” on a city walk where you meet 10 memorable women; from the scary murderer to the teacher far ahead of her time. The walk lasts for about an hour and a half and the talk will be in English.

Here’s some information from Kvinnokarta Helsingborg:

A study circle at Medborgarskolan has developed the “women’s map” that forms the basis of the city walk. The Kvinnokarta Helsingborg project is a grassroots project by citizens who are tired of the one-sided storytelling about Helsingborg. We have no authorized guides and are not historians but our project is entirely based on the participants’ genuine interest in highlighting the women in Helsingborg’s history. If you have any information we are missing, please share them with our guides.

Other information: The tour is approximately 3 km long and is available for the permobil / wheelchair. Please dress according to the weather – the walk will only be cancelled if there is a big storm and in that case you will be notified via sms.”

Meet by the fountain next to the library (Stadsbibliotek) main entrance, Bollbrogatan 1, 25225 Helsingborg

Read more about Kvinnokarta Helsingborg (SVT nyheter, 7 March 2018)


Sign up for this event here by 10:00 Saturday 28 April