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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Brigitta Bründlmayer (2 months ago)
As always nice people at the Coffe shop great service and the museum is very nice too
suji krish (5 months ago)
Nice place
sunder land (5 months ago)
A beautiful museum full of magic
Kevin Liddell (11 months ago)
Great place to bring kids
Marijn Vermeulen (3 years ago)
This museum is one of the best I've been to in a long time, the exhibition was really interesting and didn't take too long.
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