Below we have selected a few of this summers events that we think you can enjoy without understanding Swedish. You can see all the events in our calender (choose language at the top of the page, Google translate)
Folk Music Day at Kulturen
This day we welcome a variety of musicians and singers as they treat our visitors to traditional Scanian folk music. The perfect backdrop for a visit to our historic houses and beautifully landscaped gardens!
In partnership with Lund’s Spelmansgille
Free entry for all who come dressed in traditional folk costume and/or bearing musical instruments!
A Sunday in May 1 PM to 5 PM. Exact date is coming!
Swedish national day
Enjoy Lund’s official national day celebrations in the gardens at Kulturen.We open the event with a speech at 2 PM followed by the raising of the Swedish flag and a performance by the student choir, Bella Voce. Music live show 2:30 PM.
Thursday 6 June 2019, free admission all day, 10 AM to 5 PM!
Midsummer at Kulturen
Welcome to a classic midsummer’s eve celebration at Kulturen, including the traditional dance around the maypole!
The day’s program:
12:30 PM Help us adorn the maypole with flowers
1 PM, 2 PM, 3 PM & 4 PM join our musicians for a song and a dance around the maypole
2:30 PM see a traditional folk dance hosted by Lund’s student folk dance group
Feel free to bring your own picnic or buy refreshments in Kulturen’s café.
Friday 21 June 2019, the museum is open 10 AM to 5 AM
We invite you to a Christmas fair for all the senses!
In Västra Vram’s Vicarage, The Blekinge Farmhouse, The Bosmåla Croft, The Thomander House and The Worker’s Home you meet historically dressed guides, who can tell you how Christmas celebrated in that perticular house.
The Christmas market is expanding both indoors and outdoors. In the market stalls you can find cheese, sausage, herring and other Christmas food. You can also buy unique Christmas presents, such as jewelry, knitwear, art and ceramics.
You can see how to make marzipan figures and decorate gingerbread cakes, but also do some simple Christmas crafting of your own. Listen to music, warm yourself up with glögg, watch Lucia and don’t forget to visit Santa Claus in The Onsjö cottage.
All our exhibitions and historic houses are also open!
Saturday 30 November & Sunday 1 December 2019, 11 AM–5 PM both days
See all the events in our calender (choose languages at the top of the page, Google Translate).