In Wadköping you can see houses and courtyards moved here from central Örebro.
The city street runs through the middle of Wadköping, with buildings on each side. On one side you can see low, red houses. They are from the 17th, 18th and early 19th century. On the other side you can see what Örebro looked like after the city fire of 1854.
The name “Wadköping” comes from the fictional name of the author Hjalmar Bergman’s hometown. The name can be found in the novel “Markurells i Wadköping” (“The Markurells in Wadköping”).
Today there are museums, exhibitions, cafés, shops, craftspeople and a restaurant here.
Wadköping is open all year and offers activities for the whole family!