Falsterbo Museum displays the history of Falsterbo and southern Scania. The exhibitions include artefacts, models and interiors from the Stone Age to the 20th century. The 13th and 14th centuries were the heyday of Falsterbo area and this is particularly highlighted in the museum.



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Daniel Johnsson (6 months ago)
Härligt museum men tyvärr hade kiosk-ägarna inte öppet. Man stänger visst så fort sommargästerna lämnar. Synd för många ville äta glass när det var 26 grader i augusti.
Jacqueline I (6 months ago)
Falsterbo beach one of the most beautiful beaches in Sweden
Leif Rosenblad (6 months ago)
Fridfullt och intressant lokalhistoria
silver and grey (7 months ago)
Väldigt trevligt museum med intressant historia, rekommenderas. Glassbar med mycket trevlig personal. Unga killar som sommarjobbar, oerhört charmiga. Dock är kaffet dyrt och inte så gott, men det är enda kritiken!
andreas nilsson (7 months ago)
Trevligt museum och glassbar
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