In the most beautiful place you could imagine. Where the ocean meets land on an infinite horizon. This is where Rudolf Abelin created his seven period gardens. Now we welcome you to a place where we let elegance, sensibility and experiences be our guiding-star. We invite you to come here to stroll, enjoy a concert or eat something good. To dream away or visit an exhibition. To get married or celebrate a birthday. To create values of your own.
Lotte Karlefors, Development Manager
Hannu Sarenström’s garden was chosen as the crowd favorite at the CPH Garden Show 2019 and now he finally brings his blooming garden world to Erikshus in Norrviken’s gardens. Welcome to a blooming garden dream.
The ballet was born during the Renaissance and with sculptor Lisa Abelsson’s “Ballerinas” she creates vibrant swirling movements in the Renaissance garden.
“The World in a Garden” – an exhibition about the gardens of Norrviken and founder Rudolf Abelin, the time, the people behind and around him.
This year is a hundred years since Norrviken’s gardens opened to visitors. We celebrate this in the signs of the Renaissance in the Norrviken way. We let the wisdom of the era and open mind permeate the gardens, the art, the music, the food and the experiences.
The park’s founder and visionary Rudolf Abelin is celebrated for his life’s work. Our style gardens seduce and change expression by season. Celebrate with us throughout 2020 as we look back, look ahead and create memories for life.
A warm welcome to a year of inspiration and renewal!
Molin’s, a tribute garden to Ulla Molin, created by garden profile Heidi Palmgren, and Hasse Andersson’s Happy Garden, specially designed for children, are new this year.
Enjoy a nice cup of coffee, feel the smell of freshly baked bread or just satisfy your hunger with a good lunch. Group lunches, memorable events such as christenings, special occasions and weddings are also arranged here.
Norrvikens Trädgårdar is a dream fulfilled. The founder Rudolf Abelin came to Båstad in 1905, looking for a place where he could create a “living garden museum”.