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 and admission fees vary depending on the season. High season means extended opening hours (see explanation below). On certain occasions, we have special opening hours, which is indicated in the calendar.

Kulturen in Lund 2019–2020

Opening hours:

Low season High season
Summer School holidays
Mon Closed 10–17 10–16
Tue 12–16 10–17 10–16
Wed 12–20 10–20 10–20
Thu 12–16 10–17 10–16
Fri 12–16 10–17 10–16
Sat 10–16 10–17 10–16
Sun 10–16 10–17 10–16

Admission fees:

Low season High season
Adult 90 SEK 130 SEK
0–18 years 90 SEK 130 SEK
School 90 SEK 130 SEK
Member 90 SEK 130 SEK
Senior 65+ 70 SEK 100 SEK
Student 45 SEK 165 SEK
Group1 70 SEK 100 SEK

1 The group rate shown is per person (minimum 10 people).

High seasons:

  • Summer: May 1–September 15
  • School holidays:
    • Winter holiday week 8 incl. prev. Sat-Sun
    • Holy Week incl. prev. Sat-Sun and Easter Monday
    • Autumn week 44 incl. prev. Sat-Sun
    • Christmas: Dec 26–Jan 6
  • Christmas Fair: Fri–Sun on the first Advent*

*NOTE! Special opening hours, see calendar.

Closed:

  • Christmas Eve Dec 24
  • Christmas Day Dec 25
  • Years Eve Dec 31
  • New Year’s Day Jan 1

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).