Lund is a city that blends ancient history with tomorrow’s possibilities. You can live here all your life and never experience everything it has to offer, see all its oases and visit all its beautiful buildings. We have listed some not-to-be missed sights to visit during your stay in Lund.
Vattenhallen Science Center is a fun and educational venue for all ages. Experience interactive experiments, listen to sounds and noises, watch interactive exhibitions, build a blinkmojt or a planet. In the Planetarium you can almost reach the stars.
Kulturen covers two blocks filled with over 30 historic houses and gardens with displays on cultural history, crafts, art and modern design. Step into the houses and experience the life of the city and the country, from the Middle Ages to the 1930s.
Lund Cathedral was consecrated in 1145 and is Sweden's most visited church with over 700,000 visitors each year. Here you’ll find the popular astronomical clock, which rings twice daily. You’ll also find the Giant Finn in the crypt.
The Museum of Sketches displays a unique focus on the artistic process and art in public spaces. Follow how historical and contemporary artists from around the world developed ideas through sketches and models.
Lund University’s Botanical Gardens cover eight hectares and is home to about 7,000 species in the greenhouses and gardens. The gardens cover a whole host of areas within botany. The gardens and greenhouses are free to visit and are open every day.
Lund Art Gallery is located at Mårtenstorget, in the middle of the city. It’s a great place to view and discuss international contemporary art. It’s always free to visit the art gallery which is open Tuesday-Sunday with free lunch viewings Tuesday-Friday.
Lund University's Historical Museum is Sweden's second largest archaeological museum. You’ll find prehistorical objects from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages.
In the year 1060 Denmark was divided into nine dioceses. Two of these were located in Skåne, at Dalby and Lund. The Church of the Holy Cross was consecrated in this year, making it the oldest surviving stone church in Scandinavia.
The Museum of Life is a museum about medical history and the human body. Learn more about health, illness and medicine, then and now, told with modern technology and historical artifacts. The museum have small café, a shop and wi-fi.
Flyinge is one of the world's oldest stud farms and is still a unique equestrian centre frequented by horse enthusiasts and people interested in history alike. Flyinge is always open if you want to stroll around the area or visit the stables, which is free to visit.