Local museum in Lerberget
Lerbergets Hamnmuseum is a small museum at the port of the former fishing village Lerberget, a few kilometers south of Höganäs.
Lerberget was built in the 18th century as a fishing village, today it is a small town with about 2,700 inhabitants. Named after a nearby hill, which was used to mine clay (Ler).
Lerbergets Hamnmuseum displays documents, photos and objects from the history of the village, the local clay mining and fisheries. Postcards and books with a regional reference can be bought.