Lund City

Category: Guided tours

An introduction to 2 twenties

Welcome to viewing! With a hundred years of perspective, we can look back at the 1920s; the "new age" after the First World War and a worldwide pandemic (the Spanish flu). This time was on many [...]
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Guided viewing of current exhibitions

Agnes Denes – Exercises in ecology & Åsa Sonjasdotter – Cultivating abundance Lund Art Gallery June 1 – August 25, 2024 Two parallel exhibitions with tone-setting artists within the ecological [...]
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History of the open-air museum

Welcome to viewing! Kulturen opened its doors 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 [...]
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Life in the Thomander house

Welcome to viewing! In the beautiful grey-blue house in the middle of Kulturens friluftsmuseum, the Thomander family once lived - Johan Henrik and Emilie moved in as newlyweds in 1833-34. Johan Henrik [...]
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Open viewing

Next to Lund's Hospital towers the 72 meter high church tower of Lund's All Saints Church, a well-known profile in Lund's cityscape. About 700 meters down in the center is Lund Cathedral. Our guides [...]
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Westward journey

Malena Larsvall, architect, shows us buildings and architecture during a tour of the district. We gather at 10 a.m. at Västerkyrkan (crossing Vävaregatan – Byggmästaregatan). The trip is about 3,5 km. Warm welcome!
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Metropolis – Lund and the Middle Ages

Welcome to viewing! This display in the exhibition Metropolis - Lund and the Middle Ages takes us back to the exciting Middle Ages, when Lund was a powerful church city. We investigate how the city functioned [...]
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Guided Tours of current exhibitions

Agnes Denes Exercises in Eco-LogicÅsa Sonjasdotter Cultivating Abundance 1 June – 25 August 2024 Lund's art gallery presents two parallel solo exhibitions, one by Agnes Denes (b. 1931) and one by [...]
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Free guided tour

Next to Lund's Hospital the 72 meter high church tower of Lund's All Saints Church rises, a well-known profile in Lund's skyline. About 700 meters down in the center of [...]
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The people in the houses

Welcome to viewing! You get a taste of some of the exciting stories that exist about our houses and the people who once lived in them. How did, for example, live [...]
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Hygiene and health

Welcome to viewing! What was considered sufficient hygiene 300 years ago and what is considered to be today are two completely different things. How was it actually done in the past, [...]
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Life in the Arbetarbostaden

Welcome to viewing! Almost 100 years ago, Siri and Nils Andersson moved into the ground floor of what we today call Kulturens Arbetarbostad. When the apartment became a museum, it was decided [...]
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Västra Vram's vicarage

Welcome to viewing! Have you ever visited the whitewashed house with blue painted window frames, which is on the right side of the tunnel? It is Västra Vram's vicarage, which was built in the middle of the 1700th century. Welcome [...]
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Fashion and art in the twenties

Welcome to viewing! "Modern" is the new word in the 1920s. Short skirts and short hair are fashionable. The new woman—the tomboy, la garconne, the flapper—pursues a youthful style. [...]
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Light in the darkness through the ages

Welcome to viewing! Join a display of the open-air museum that sheds light on the history of lighting. How was Blekingegården's big house lit up on a dark winter evening in 1815? What kind of mysterious [...]
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Weapons - power over life

Welcome to viewing! Weapons have been part of human culture from the earliest Stone Age to the present. With the help of weapons, man has gained the power to rule over lives that [...]
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