Summer in the open air museum
The Swedish National Day at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Below we have selected a few of our 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)

Easter at Kulturen in Lund

We are open between 10-4 PM throughout the Easter holidays (Saturday 4 April–Monday 13 April) and we’re even open until 8 PM on the Wednesday!

Easter at Kulturen. Foto: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Maundy Thursday celebrations

Maundy Thursday celebrations at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen
Maundy Thursday celebrations at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Cancelled 2020 due to Corona restrictions

Come and celebrate Maundy Thursday with open-air games, Easter crafting, marzipan modelling and lots more!

Games and activities outdoors start at 13:15 PM, 13:45 PM, 14:15 PM and 14:45 PM.

We will gather at 3 PM and attempt a flight to Blockula (Blåkulla in modern Swedish) with all the other witches… Join us if you dare!

All activities are included in the admission fee.

Easter holidays – drop-in crafting

drop-in crafting, Easter at Kulturen in Lund, Sweden
Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Cancelled 2020 due to Corona restrictions

If you’re looking for something creative to do during the holidays why not pop in for some Easter-themed crafting in our workshop (in the Folklore Hall, next to Elsa Beskow fairytale world – a play exhibition).

This event is suitable for all ages, no booking required and is included in the admission. Every day 13:30–15:30.

Folk Music Day at Kulturen

Folk Music Day at Kulturen in Lund.
Folk Music Day at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/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!

Sunday 24 May 2020 1–5 PM. 

Swedish National Day

Swedish National Day at Kulturen in Lund
Swedish National Day at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Cancelled 2020 due to Corona restrictions. Museum is open 10.00-17.00, normal admission fee applies.

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.

Saturday 6 June 2020

Midsummer at Kulturen

Midsummer’s Eve celebration at Kulturen in Lund.
Midsummer’s Eve celebration at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Cancelled 2020 due to Corona restrictions

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 19 June 2020, the museum is open 10 AM–5 PM

Christmas Fair

Christmas Market at Kulturen in Lund
Christmas Market at Kulturen in Lund. Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen
Jul i Blekingegården på Kulturen i Lund
Foto: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Cancelled 2020 due to Corona restrictions

Kulturen in Lund kicks off the winter season with a Christmas fair stretching over three days.

The Christmas fair launches on Friday evening, inviting you to stroll through the museum grounds as they are lit by lanterns, firebaskets and twinkling fairy lights. Traders both inside and out in the museum grounds tempt you with seasonal delicacies such as cheese, sausages and herring and offer an array of unique Christmas gifts such as jewellery, knitwear and ceramics.

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 music. In a couple of our historical houses you can warm yourself by the fire and hear about past Christmas preparations.

The fair continues on Saturday and Sunday with even more festive activities. Don’t miss our historical characters as they tell you all about Christmas as it was then in the open-air museum’s historical houses. Food and refreshments are available from stands selling warm food and mulled wine.

For those who want more there’s Christmas crafting in our workshop, live music and a St Lucia procession, demonstrations of marzipan modelling, the opportunity to buy a personalised ginger snap and much more. Children are welcome to visit Santa Claus and hand in their Christmas wishlist.

Our exhibitions and historic houses are also open!

Friday 27 November 4–8 PM
Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 November 2020, 11 AM–5 PM both days

All events

See all the events in our calender (choose languages at the top of the page, Google Translate).