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Aerial view over Rådhuset and the square a sunny day. There's a market going on.

Photographer: Patrik Borgenhard

What's typical for Lidköping city?

Get to know the city by visiting a selection of worthwhile and popular places that you can not miss in Lidköping. All within walking distance from Lidköping Center!

The Old Town Hall

The most iconic building in Lidköping and its unique silhouette has become an important symbol of the town itself. The building is said to have originally been Count Magnus Gabriel de la Gardie’s hunting lodge. Read more here!


The former porcelain factory (1936–2005) today includes such as a museum, restaurant, art gallery and outlet store. The history of one of the oldest porcelain factories in Europe and the crown jewel of Swedish porcelain is brought alive for you at the Rörstrand Museum. 


Vänermuseet (Lake Vänern Museum)

Exciting exhibitions, activities and lectures that reflect the life of, on and around Sweden's largest lake - Vänern. Here is also a lot of fun for all the children, such as the aquarium department with several of Vänern's fish species. In the museum shop you will find a large selection of souvenirs and fair-labeled goods. Read more here!

Lidköping Art Gallery

As the town’s hub for contemporary art, Lidköping Art Gallery hosts a range of art exhibitions, workshops, lectures and more. Presenting high quality exhibitions from national and international artists. Read more here!

Lidköping City Garden

Stroll along the paths of our imaginatively landscaped garden, along the mirrored pond, over the miniature bridge and on into our beautiful rose garden. Read more here!

St. Nicolai Church

The old city church, which today has a neo-Gothic character, has been characterized mainly by two events in the city's history; the De la Gardie time and the city fire in 1849. Lidköping has its oldest known city privileges from 1446 and the church has brick residues from this time.



Culture and history meet in Lidköping’s oldest quarter. Limtorget, the lime square, is the sole remaining part of the old township which escaped the great fire of 1849. Read more here!

The sunbeds at the water flow

You find the popular sunbeds in central Lidköping below the square bridge, both on the old and new city side. The sunbeds are a popular place for both socializing and relaxing. During the summer, small music evenings are also arranged here, usually they attracts many visitors.

Download our app!

In the app "Läckö Kinnekulle" you will find maps, events and inspiring self-guided tours.


How about a historic city walk, wreck safaris with kayaks or a design walk? This, and many more can be found in the app! You can download the app in both app store and google play.