Landskrona Museum 2011
Landskrona Museum 2011 | Photo: GuidebookSweden (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Landskrona Museum

Museum of cultural history in Landskrona

Landskrona Museum is located in an old military barrack from the 1750s in the center of Landskrona, next to the town hall square.

The museum occupies all floors of the large Adolf Fredrik military barrack and displays vividly the different periods of the historical development of Landskrona in its various exhibitions. The permanent exhibitions in the Landskrona Museum are complemented by around 15 temporary exhibitions on various topics during the year.

The permanent exhibitions are dedicated to the topic of the city's founding in 1413 and the urban development in the Middle Ages or even the reconstruction of the city in the 18th century. The exhibition Människor som vi (people like us) transports the visitor back to the Stone Age and En arbetets stad (city of work) tells of the time Landskrona was a highly industrialized city with many shipyards and large factories.

The Rum för Reklam presents a selection from the historical advertisement collection of the Swedish archives of advertising and graphic design. With beautiful classic adverts and posters the exhibition is a little journey through the history of advertising.

The museum also includes a museum shop and a small café.

Slottsgatan
261 31 Landskrona
55°52′14.2″N 12°49′45.0″E
Open today
12:00 – 17:00

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