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History of the open-air museum

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Kulturen opened in 1892 and was then one of the world's first open-air museums. The founder's name was Georg Karlin. His vision was a stay and playful museum where, among other things, you could see objects in their proper context. Houses from different times and social environments were gathered in the park – from the Middle Ages to the 1930s. Our guide shows and tells about some of the houses.

Included in the entrance fee. No advance booking. Gathering in the garden at the back of the White House. Entrance fees: Adult SEK 90, pensioner SEK 70, student SEK 45. Free entry for visitors aged 0–18 and Kulturen's members.

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