Very interesting especially the part about Lund History together with the old houses describing the history of LUND and Skåne.
An amazingly cute museum, right in the middle of the town. Broad collection of buildings from different parts of Southern Sweden, ranging from farmstead to wealthy professor's house. You can visit most of the houses and get a feeling of how life was then. Extremely interesting and definitely worth the money! Absolutely no reason to miss it!
This is a must-see when you are in Lund! If you have been to Skansen in Stockholm, this is like a miniature of the building part at Skansen, i.e. very old Swedish buildings and history. A very nice atmosphere to walk around in and a very nice museum!
I really enjoyed the pre-Christian era exhibits. I especially liked the Ratatosk exhibit by artists Anne Cirkola and Helle Theilgaard of Bornholm, Denmark. I liked it because the artists create dialog between paintings, ceramics and the Asatru of old. Their interpretations were fantastic and very beautiful to me.
For people visiting the city of Lund and of interest of how people lived in Sweden in 19th century. Good athmosphere and nice garden.
Kulturen is an open-air museum. I didn't know what that means before going here, but my understanding is that you're not just in a building, you're walking around a village, essentially, and part of the museum is what's inside the village buildings, but part is also the buildings, themselves. So there's something Disneyland-y about Kulturen, as the buildings often look... More
This gallery and open-air museum has a wealth of information about Lund and southern Sweden. Great fun for kids, plenty to engage adults. It's well worth the money. Plan to spend at least several hours exploring inside and out. The garden café is a sweet little spot, too.
As I am interested to see local culture and history when traveling I chose this site as a priority. I was not disappointed, although there is a lot of renovation going on at the moment. They have all these original dwellings so obviously they need constant maintenance . I still needed more than 3 hours and did not even take... More
If you like old houses and furnishings, you will love this place. Lots of old buildings gathered from all over the area and furnished to match their era. I liked the variety of time periods and social classes represented-- everything from a farmer's sod house to castle furnishings. Only thing I would pass on was the special presentation on toys--... More
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