Lund City

Category: Guided tours

From Miss Meijer to Mrs. Thomander

Welcome to viewing! In January 1834, Emilie Meyer leaves her parental home in Karlshamn to move in as Mrs. Thomander on Paradisgatan in Lund. Her new husband Johan Henrik Thomander [...]
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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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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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History of the Dean's House

Welcome to viewing! The dean's house is the oldest house at Kulturen Friluftsmuseet, some parts are as old as the 1200th century. The house represents a medieval residence for a dean, the dean's closest man in the canon community at the cathedral in [...]
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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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The evening opening: Västra Vram's rectory

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 that was built in the middle [...]
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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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The secrets of the town hall

Welcome to Sunday viewing! The Borgarhuset was built on site at Kulturen 1891-1892 and shows what bourgeois housing could look like. Architect Henrik Sjöström drew an idealized picture of a Renaissance house, partly based [...]
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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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Meet Lunda women with attitude

See Lund with new eyes. On the walk through the city, we tell about Lund's history while highlighting the fates of different women. Meet Lund women from the Middle Ages to the present with different backgrounds [...]
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Guided tour of current exhibitions

Lund Art Gallery offers guided tours in English every Sunday at 3 pm. Ways of UnseeingLund's art gallery 16 September 2023 – 21 January 2024 Harun Farocki, Cecilia Germain, Maria Jacobson, Chloé [...]
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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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