Gamlegård at Kulturen's Östarp
Photo: Viveca Ohlsson/Kulturen

Opening hours

Kulturen’s Östarp is open all year round for picnicking and walks. Our restaurant is also open almost the whole all year. In the summer season (May to August), we also open up Gamlegård to visitors, where you’ll find our staff in period costume waiting to tell you about life on the farm in the 19th century. Children can play in the courtyard and dress up as maids or farmhands. We also have native animal breeds on site during the summer and organise a number of theme days and viewings throughout the summer season.

Gamlegård opening hours 2018

1 May–17 June:
Sat–Sun, 11 AM–4PM, with a viewing at 2 PM
Also open 1 May, 10 May (Ascension Day) and 6 June (Sweden’s National Day)

19 June–19 August:
Thurs–Sun, 11 AM–4 PM, with a viewing at 2 PM
Tuesdays & Wednesdays, viewing at 2 PM; Gamlegård otherwise closed.

25–26 August:
Sat–Sun, 11 AM–4 PM, with viewing at 2 PM

Theme days
1 May: Start of the Season with presentation of our animals
Last Sunday in May: Mother’s Day
Last Sunday in July: Haymaking
Third Sunday in August: The Östarp Day

Admission fees

Admission is free all year round, with the exception of two of our theme days: 1 May and The Östarp Day.  During these two days the admission fee is 60 SEK for adults; free admission for visitors aged 18 or younger and for Kulturen members.

How to find us

Kulturen’s Östarp is only 30 minutes’ drive from Lund or Malmö, between Veberöd and Blentarp in the Sjöbo district.

You can also get here by public transport if you have a sense of adventure and don’t mind walking the last stretch (about 10 mins.).

Address: Gamla Lundavägen 2481-79, SE-275 62, Blentarp, Sweden