Landskrona Museum

Landskrona, Sweden

Landskrona Museum exhibits the local history of Landskrona. It is located to the old barracks built in 1751-1760. In addition to permanent exhibition there are about 15 temporary exhibitions annually.



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Katha Ehr (9 months ago)
Loved the kids indoor playground. Perfect to get creative. Free of charge. Nice cheap café- can recommend.
Johan Maresch (9 months ago)
Surprisingly good and interesting. And free! Also simple but good value simple food like pie, sandwich and such.
Tracer Tobbe (2 years ago)
This museum has a very Nice and cosy play ground inside for all the small children. We spent more than 2 hours playing here. They also have a Nice little café and I hade the shrimp sandwich very delicius. Do visit the museum and there is a parking next side to it for 48 hours free parking.
Alexander Woodward (2 years ago)
Well presented and thought provoking with a wonderful array of collections. Definitely visit. A bit of a warren and no map, but that also gave you a suprise around every corner. Staff were very helpful, but didn't tell us the 2nd floor was closed. Adequate cafe. Very little language translation.
Rosalie Selhorst (2 years ago)
There where three floors. Only the third was the most interesting and had most to see. It was about Landskrona history. Free entry.
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