Christmas Market at Kulturen in Lund
Christmas Market at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

The Christmas Fair is an experience for all the senses. Christmas food, decorations and crafts are on sale at indoor and outdoor market stalls. In the historical buildings, the staff in period clothes tell you about how Christmas was celebrated in the past. A Lucia procession and Christmas music puts you in a Christmas mood and you can buy hot food, mulled wine and coffee.

Friday evening is primarily for adults. Saturday and Sunday are for the whole family, with child-friendly activities such as Christmas crafts, dancing around the tree and a visit to Father Christmas.

Friday 25 November open 16:00–20:00

On Friday, you can experience the Christmas fair in the evening, when the museum park is lit up by lanterns, firebaskets and twinkling fairy lights. Grill your own hotdog, pick up some tasty warm food or a cup of mulled wine and watch as the St Lucia procession passes or listen to some live Christmas music. In a couple of our historical houses you can warm yourself by the fire and hear about past Christmas preparations.

Saturday & Sunday 26–27 November open 11:00–17:00

On Saturday and Sunday, the Christmas fair continues with even more festive activities. Don’t forget to go into our historical buildings, where you will meet staff in period clothes who will be happy to tell you about how Christmas was celebrated in the past.

In Måketorpsboden, you can see how straw Yule goats are made and, in Borgarhuset, sellers will show you how to make marzipan figures and decorate ginger biscuits.

We also have a number of activities for children. They can meet Father Christmas in Onsjöstugan, dance around the Christmas tree to live music outside Bosebo Church and do Christmas crafts in Verkstan.

You can also grill sausages, buy hot food and mulled wine, see a Lucia procession and listen to Christmas music of various kinds.

You can also visit our exhibitions during the Christmas Fair, they are open as usual.

Admisson

Admission for adults is SEK 140, for senior citizens SEK 100 and for students SEK 80. Admission is free for Kulturen members and visitors aged 0–18.