The entrance to Kulturen in Lund goes through "The White House". It was built as a dwelling house for two families in 1855.
The entrance to Kulturen in Lund goes through "The White House". It was built as a dwelling house for two families in 1855.

Opening hours 2019

Summer Season 1 May–15 September

Every day 10 AM–5 PM
Also: Wednesday evenings 5 PM–8 PM

16 September–30 April

Tue–Fri 12 AM–4 PM
Also: Wednesday evenings south area 4 PM–8 PM
Sat-Sun 10 AM–4 PM

School holidays
Mon-Sun 10 AM–4 PM
Also: Wednesday evenings south area 4 PM–8 PM

Closed: Christmas Eve & Day, New Year’s Eve & Day

 

Admission fees 2019

During our ordinary opening hours, admission is free for visitors aged 18 years or younger and for members. No more than one discount can be applied during a visit.

1 May-15 Sept and
Christmas at Kulturen*
Other times
Adults 130 SEK 90 SEK
0-18 years1 0 SEK 0 SEK
Members1 0 SEK 0 SEK
Pensioners 100 SEK 70 SEK
Students 65 SEK 45 SEK
Groups2 100 SEK 70 SEK

1 Ordinary opening hours.
2 The group rate shown is per person (minimum 10 people).

*The Christmas at Kulturen event begins with a Christmas fair (Julstöket) Friday–Sunday the first weekend of Advent and runs to the middle of January (when we hold a party for children to help take the decorations down from the Christmas tree, known as Julgransplundring). 

How to find us

Kulturen in Lund is located at Tegnérsplatsen in the heart of Lund, just a stone’s throw from the Cathedral and the Lundagård park.

Address: Tegnérsplatsen, SE-223 50, Lund, Sweden

Car parking is available in some nearby streets, but it is easier to travel by train and walk to Kulturen in Lund from Lund Central Station (10 minutes).