As far as Swedish museums go, you can't find many that are better than Kulturen. The world´s second-oldest open-air museum, the collections fill two blocks and include around 40 historic buildings.
There is also an area for exhibitions, which when I was there was taken up by a display of underwear from the 17th century to modern designer items (some wonderful corsets!).
Kulturen is a museum with two sides. One side is the open-air museum
with lot's of lovely buildings. Like the Bosebo Church and lot's of
other great buildings.
The other side has lot's of exhibitions. Even in some of the old
buildings you will find exhibitions and other interesting things
like a old bank or a big collection of Ceramics.
In the main building you can also find lot's of exhibitions like a big
display of Masks from all over the world and Metropolis Lund in the
One of the oldest open air museums in Scandinavia, this museum ("the Culture") houses buildings from all over southern Sweden, both beautiful and historical. Apart from that, the museum houses exhibitions on Lund history (which to a Swede means Danish history until mid 17th century!), other historical facts, fashion and textile and other art related things. In the garden and at the entrance you will find several viking rune stones and the restaurant has a decent buffet. See more pictures in my travelogue.