Hellekis manor

Welcome to a garden that was mentioned by Carl Linnaeus on his Wästgöta journey through West Sweden in 1746. It’s a serene and beautiful spot.

Cafe
Restaurant
Heritage site
Walking trail
Driving directions

OPENING TIMES AT Hellekis manor

Week
Year
08 Aug Mon09 Aug Tue10 Aug Wed11 Aug Thu12 Aug Fri13 Aug Sat14 Aug Sun
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00
OPENS 10:00
CLOSES18:00

Exotic plants and scented roses.

The manor park is known for its many lovely and unusual deciduous trees, such as walnut, sweet chestnut, tulip tree and the stately, over 100 year old ginko biloba. There are also fantastic perennial borders and a scented rose garden planted with old roses. The borders in the rose garden were laid in 1934 and skilled gardeners keep everything looking tip top. The lime rich soil on Kinnekulle mountain and the garden’s position on the west slope facing Lake Vänern, has created a favourable climate which makes it possible to grow exotic plants. Art exhibitions are exhibited in the large greenhouse. Come and be inspired!

The garden is open every day from the middle of April until the middle of September. You can bring your own picnic or eat in the café. There’s also a restaurant. Plenty of parking for both cars and coaches. Dogs on leads are welcome. Public toilets. Guided tours can be booked. Entry to the garden is 20 SEK/adult.