What's there to see in the park?

The halls "Brunnshallarna"
Here you can experience music and entertainment and the flea market attracts thousands of visitors every Sunday during the summer. The halls are a natural starting-point for the visit in the park.

The Japanese garden
One of the more recent attractions in the park. Wooden bridges over patterned gravel which represents water and stones representing mountains. The Japanese garden gives an exotic, peaceful impression and invites to a moment of peace and meditation.

The garden of scents
As a clearing in the woods this garden - which scent and view leave no one untouched - unfolds. Lovely flowers with varying florification during the whole flowering period. In the garden of scents you'll find 700 plants from 50 different species, carefully selected for their scent.

The villas
The villas in the park are culturally preserved and carefully restored. Today they are offices and exhibition rooms.

Villa Gymnastiken
This villa houses "Blekinge Naturum" which hosts nature exhibitions.

Italian Villa
The villa is named after the building style of the house but perhaps it's more recognized as "Direktörsvillan" (the executive villa). Once an annex to the hotel. It is available for hire for smaller engagements, max 25 persons.

Villa Vera
Today its offices.

The old bath houses
These houses office rooms and the old children's hospital is today a café and hostel.

Villa Vega
Houses a dialysis clinic.

Important years
- The first well was found

1727 - The current well was discovered which would contribute to "drinking well" for 147 years.

1846 - The current well was constructed, now the park's oldest structure. The guests stayed in Ronneby and was transported to the well for health baths and drinking the ferreous water. 

1873 - The park and woods was laid down. The villas, restaurants, bath houses and "Brunnsblekan" with accomodation was constructed. The number of visitors rose and Ronneby Brunn became the country's leading health spa.

1897 - The big and impressive hotel was finsihed. The hall "Brunnshallen" was erected simultaneously without counterpart in it's style. The life around the well made the town Ronneby famous for it's healthy water and beautiful surroundings. Society life was flourishing. 

1929 - "Drinking well" had become outdated and Ronneby Helsobrunn AB went into bankruptcy.

1959 - The grand wooden hotel was burnt down.

- A plantation of white narcissus forming the text peace in Swedish ("fred") was added in memorial to a peace journey starting in Ronneby.

1987 - Ronneby as town celebrated it's 600 year anniversity and an extensive renovation of the park was conducted and led by landscaper Sven-Ingvar Andersson.

1996 - The whole park became a "notable building" thanks to its historical values.

2000 - Greater parts of the woods became a protected area according to Natura 2000.

2002 - A completely new spa was built.

2003 - The whole park and greater parts of the woods became a cultural reserve.

2005 - The park is awarded most beautiful park in Sweden.