There is plenty to discover in Tidaholm.
Tidaholm Municipality operates a range of facilities including a public library, public bathing facility and a youth club/café.
There are beautiful natural surroundings both in Tidaholm and outside the town. In Sweden there is the Right of Public Access (“Allemansrätten”) which declares that everyone has the right to roam freely in the countryside but they also have a duty to to look after of it. You can read more about the Right of Public Access by clicking the link to the right.
Link: Right of Public Access
In Tidaholm Municipality there is a wealth of possibilities for fitness enthusiasts. We have a large number of clubs that practice different sports.
If you prefer solitary training are welcome to the spontaneous sports centre next to Forshallen. Everyone is welcome to use the sports facility on weekdays after 4 pm on weekdays and all day at weekends. There is lighting that can be switched on after dark.
There is an open-air gym at Hellidsberget. There are also trails for walking or running.
The public library has books for loan in several languages. There are also TV games, movies, CDs and periodicals and daily newspapers that you can read in the library. There are also computers for you to use and free WiFi.
“Godsmagasinet” is a youth club and café for young people under 20. The club’s opening hours vary depending on your age.
Forshallen sports centre has a public bathing facility with swimming pools, sauna and a jacuzzi. Children must be accompanied by an adult swimmer at all times and must be supervised while bathing. The bathing facility charges an entrance fee.
At “Barnens hus” (children’s Play Centre) adults and kids can play with a range of toys, theatrical costumes and much more. All visits must be booked in advance and “Barnens hus” charges an entrance fee.
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Senast publicerad: 2016-02-16