Alaska - Nord Långö
Alaska is the lifetime achievement of the fisherman's daughter Hilma Svedahl, built in the 1930s. Her work leaves nobody unmoved. After 30 years as a gold-digger in America, she built her park, one stone at a time, with temples, towers and viewpoints. During your visit you can also swim and sunbathe in Kosterhavet salty water or stroll around the unique Island.
Stone and flower park
Out on Northern long-eared Stromstad is rock and flower garden Alaska. Here you can take part of the gold digging wife Hilma, who returned with her gold and built up this fascinating garden made of stones, shells and cement. Temples, arches, bridges and couches are just a few examples of what there is to see. Please visit the museum in Alaska and see and read about Hilma's life.
There is a cozy café with sales of coffee and waffles, Alaska beer, lovely prawn sandwiches and refreshing ice cream. Sit down and buy a cup of coffee at the kiosk and watch Hilma works.
Getting to Alaska; Boat M/S Sara departs in summer season from north harbour, Strömstad.
Boat trip need to be pre booked!