Is there a restaurant or café on site? Will I be able to use my wheelchair? Is there a Wi-Fi service available? You’ll find the practical information and contact details you need here.
If you need help in planning your visit, please e-mail us at email@example.com. You can also ring our switchboard on +46 (0)46-35 04 00.
Food & drink
Kulturens restaurant is located right beside the museum’s entrance and is open daytime and evenings all year round. Pop in for lunch or stay for dinner after you’ve visited the museum, or stop in just for a coffee, beer, or glass of wine.
Opens again after a renovation on 1 February 2019!
Kulturen in Lund is home to an old-style café, where you have the choice of sitting outside in the park (weather permitting), or of enjoying a bite to eat indoors. The café serves coffee, tea, hot chocolate, smoothies and apple juice (a regional speciality) and, if you would like a bite to eat, also pastries and cakes, sandwiches, pancakes and ice cream. The café is open on weekends all year round, and every day during the summer season.
You are welcome to bring your own food and enjoy a picnic in our park. Please be considerate of other visitors by leaving the park clean and tidy. Bins are provided in several locations inside the Open-air Museum for your convenience. Please note that barbecuing is not permitted.
Please note: We don’t allow dogs inside Kulturen in Lund and neither smoking nor barbecuing are permitted within the museum’s grounds.
Our museum shop offers an extensive range of southern Swedish handicrafts and contemporary creations, including ceramics, ornamental woodwork and ironwork, textiles and jewellery. We also sell exhibition posters and other products with designs featuring Kulturen in Lund.
Items currently available in the museum shop (translation by Google Translate)
Walkways in the Open-air Museum have coarse gravel or cobblestone surfaces, which may make access difficult for people using wheelchairs or similar. The doorways to several of the historic buildings have high sills that make them inaccessible to wheelchair or pushchair users. The larger buildings on site have ramps, lifts and accessible toilets.
You’ll find the entrance to the museum at the White House (Vita huset) on Tegnérsplatsen. The White House stands on the southern site, together with several of our exhibitions and a number of our attractive historic buildings. To see the rest of the museum – and to get to our café – you’ll need to cross over to our northern site via the tunnel under the street called Adelgatan. Please note that the tunnel has steps. If you find steps difficult to negotiate, we recommend that you cross to the northern site via the “Green Gate”. A member of our staff will be happy to assist you.
Kulturen in Lund has several free Wi-Fi hotspots (“Kulturen Free Wi-Fi”): at the museum entrance inside the White House (Vita huset) and in the Textile Hall (Textilhallen), the Lund Hall (Lundahallen), the Nobleman’s House (Herrehuset) and Kulturen’s café. No password is required.
Kulturen in Lund visitors’ map
Download a map of the museum’s grounds here. Printed maps are also available at the museum’s entrance.