Photo: Emma Krantz/Skissernas Museum
Photo: Johan Persson
Photo: Emma Krantz/Skissernas Museum
Photo: Emma Krantz/Skissernas Museum
Photo: Peo Olsson

Visit Skissernas Museum

Admission
AdultSEK 80
Reduced tickets Pensioners, Lund University employeesSEK 60
Students and youths under 25 Free admission
Group discount Minimum of 10 peopleSEK 60
Annual membership Free admission to the museum’s exhibitions and eventsSEK 300

In collaboration with På skissernas, the museum offers free admission to the restaurant's brunch guests, on Sundays (show the receipt from the brunch).

Sparbanken Skåne customers are entitled to a 25% discount when payment is made with a card from Sparbanken Skåne.

To arrange visits for larger groups, please contact the museum in advance by email info@skissernasmuseum.lu.se or telephone +46 46 222 72 83.  

Kulturkompis
Skissernas Museum support Kulturkompis (Culture buddy) with free admission.

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Accessibility

Disabled visitors/wheelchair users can easily access the entire museum except for the bridge in the Swedish Gallery, which can only be reached via stairs. Wheelchairs and simple folding chairs can be borrowed. The museum has a disabled access lavatory in the entrance hall and lifts between the floors. A hearing loop is available in The Birgit Rausing Hall (the auditorium). Please contact the information desk for assistance.

Link to information folder about the museum.

How to get here

  • On foot: The museum is within walking distance of Lund central station, Lund C. The walk takes approximately 10–15 minutes.
  • By car: Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art does not have its own car park, but there are plenty of parking spaces within 5 to 10 minutes’ walk.
  • By train: Regional and local trains stop at Lund C several times per hour.
  • By bus: From Lund C you can take bus route 1, get off either at the Biskopshuset stop and reach the museum in 2 minutes’ walk through the park, or get off at the Sölvegatan stop just behind the museum.

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