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Kulturen is a nonprofit organization managing a number of museums and open-air museums at several locations in Skane, the southernmost county of Sweden. The main part of the activities is conducted at Kulturen in Lund, which is two blocks in central...more
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Interesting place to visit historically although they don’t allow dogs in (for some reason even though it was outside most of the area and it was 28 celsius degrees so it’s not like we’re leaving the dog out or in the car or something) and...More
We spent a lovely afternoon here. Lots of interesting buildings to wander around. We enjoyed seeing inside the turf roof cottages. There are some explanatory signs in English. We particularly loved the church which was beautiful inside.
This is a indoor/outdoor museum that covers the history of Lund from medieval times through the present.
I particularly liked the out door exhibition with buildings that are examples of homes and shops from the past.
There are also special activities- while we were there...More
This place is magical for all ages. They have gathered two blocks worth of historically relevant buildings from all over Sweden. Old huts, church, theater, school, & homes from the Middle Ages on. The indoor exhibition is awesome too. We had 6 young kids and...More
A really nice outdoor museum. Still worth a visit even if the weather is not at its best, as there are lots of buildings to visit. The garden, outdoor area is really beautiful. The permanent exhibitions are very interesting and the work done to create...More
Honestly, I expected to be somewhat underwhelmed--not knowing much about Swedish culture or history, an "open-air museum" conjured up images of people in historical garb demonstrating weaving in front of shacks. What it really is is a trip to time and various regions of Sweden,...More
This museum is well worth the visit to Lund. There are a wide variety of old buildings available to view, some set up as would have been during the period. Other buildings contain large amounts of historical memorabilia, not just from Sweden, but from around...More
Kulturen is a really nice open-air museum located in Lund – Sweden and according to Wikepedia is the second oldest open-air museum after Skansen in Stockholm.
Founded in 1892 by local historian, Georg Karlin, you will be able to access Kulturen by 8 minutes walking...More