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Program Vinterlund 2022

Winter WonderLund is a broad programme of well-known and brand new events in central Lund, from the first weekend of Advent to the last day of the February school break.

Winter WonderLund is a collaborative project between Visit Lund, Lund Municipality, Lund Citysamverkan and the cultural associations and clubs of Lund.



18 Dec 17:30–21:00

Games, sports, food, music and entertainment for the whole family. Free admission. Register via the Prisma Lund Facebook page.



24 Dec 12:00–13:00

What’s Christmas without a little (wood)wind? Hemvärnets Musikkår Lund invites you to enjoy Christmas music in all its forms. Free admission. Limited number of seats.


Sparbanken Skåne Arena

6 Jan 16:00

The European champions are getting amped up for the World Cup in Lund! Watch coach Solberg’s European Championship heroes take on Serbia on their home turf as a warm-up for the upcoming World Championship. For more information and to buy tickets, please visit handbollslandslaget.se/biljetter



14 Jan 14:00–14:45

We will dance around our magnificent Christmas tree to tunes by Romele Blåsorkester. The children in attendance will then be let loose to empty the tree of all of its sweets.



13–14 Jan 18:00–00:00

50 songwriters from near and far present 100 new songs about everything from heaven to earth. Free admission.


20–26 Feb

You can still don your skates and enjoy the ice rink at Stortorget and there are any number of activities on offer around town for children and young people to enjoy during their school break. Visit vinterlund.se for the latest information on what’s on offer.

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This year's news! Along Vintergatan, which runs from the Museum of Life in the north down to Stadshallen in the south, there are lots of exciting things happening for the whole family right up until Christmas.

Skissernas Museum

Skissernas Museum, the Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art, will be offering guided tours and creative family activities in December. In the Birgit Rausing Hall, you can give shape and colour to your thoughts.



Christmas at Kulturen starts with the annual Christmas market, the first weekend of Advent. The historic buildings come alive, market stalls sell crafts both indoors and out, and Santa Claus pays a visit on Saturday and Sunday 12:00–15:00. You can also solve a riddle on your own by following a fun Christmas trail. On the days after Christmas, children can try their hand at blacksmithing in our forge, and in January you can enjoy the story of Askepjäsken or join us as we say farewell to Christmas with dancing.

Christmas opening hours

26 Dec–8 Jan 10:00–16:00, extra evening

hours until 20:00 on Thurs 29 Dec and 5 Jan.
Note: Closed: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Regular opening hours other days

Tues 12:00–16:00, Wed 12:00–16:00, Thurs 12:00–20:00, Fri 12:00–16:00, Sat 10:00–16:00,
Sun 10:00–16:00

Kulturen, full program

Hökeriet Grocer’s Shop

Visit Hökeriet – the neighbourhood shop of yesteryear. Here you can buy fruit drink, jam, sweets in paper cones and other old-time products with ties to the turn of the last century. Packages from that same time period are on display on the shelves.

Open Sat and Sun in December 12:00–16:00.
Extra opening hours 20–22 December. Free admission.

Livets Museum

We invite you to a journey of discovery at Livets museum, the Museum of Life!

27 Nov, 4 Dec, 11 Dec and 18 Dec 10:00–14:00

Can you use clues to find the right objects in the museum? Clues and forms are available at the museum reception. Compete for a gift from the museum shop. Ages: 6–12, but also suitable for younger children accompanied by an adult. Free admission.


Open nativity scene displays:

Joy and the first Christmas

Saturday 17 Dec 11:00

Sunday 18 Dec 13:00

Thursday 22 Dec 11:00

In a dramatized display, we follow the events in Bethlehem on the very first Christmas. Free admission; no pre-registration required.

Christmas at the Historical Museum

The Christmas rhyme

18 Dec 13:00

Learn more about the history of the Christmas rhyme and make your own Christmas card in our workshop.

Christmas opening hours

Free admission during the Christmas break, and if you missed any of our Advent activities, you can take them home in a craft bag.

21–23 Dec 13:00–16:00

28–30 Dec 13:00–16:00

We return to our regular opening hours on 4 January.

Vinterlund in Stadshallen

Sat 3, 10 and 17 Dec 10:00–16:00
Sun 4, 11 and 18 dec 11:00–16:00

Right in the heart of the city stands the beautiful Stadshallen, which will have its grand reopening in December after a long period of renovation. We will be offering a sneak peek on 25 November in connection with the tree lighting ceremony.

Lots of fun activities for younger children will be on offer in Stadshallen. Meet Santa and Mrs Claus and give them your wish list – you will then have a chance to win a gift card from Citysamverkan! Cirkusvagnen will be offering fun Christmas crafts throughout the days, and witty students and Lund Comedy Festival will be on hand in a fun rhyming booth 13:00–15:00.

Ice rink

25 Nov–26 Feb

Time to get your skates on! The ice rink at Stortorget opens at Advent and will be open for skating all winter long. Skates will be available for borrowing from Fritidsbanken free of charge Mon–Fri 16:00–20:00 and Sat–Sun 10:00–20:00.

Opening hours during the Christmas holidays:

22 Dec 10:00–22:00

23 Dec 10:00–18:00

24 Dec 10:00–14:00

25 Dec 10:00–20:00

26–30 Dec 13:00–20:00

31 Dec 10:00–14:00

1 Jan 12:00–16:00

2–6 Jan 13:00–20:00

The ice rink is organised in cooperation between Visit Lund and the Lund Municipality Technical Services Department. Note: The opening hours may change depending on the weather.


Kino and Winter WonderLund invite you to join us for family films on Saturday afternoons leading up to Christmas.
26 Nov 13:00 Titina
3 Dec 13:00 Klara Ko firar jul
10 Dec 13:00 Ailos resa
17 Dec 13:00 Sagan om Karl-Bertil Jonssons julafton (2021)

Free admission. Please book your tickets at Kino.nu and pick them up from Kino’s box office no later than the day before the show.


Tegnér Museum

Are you curious about how author Esaias Tegnér lived? Come visit his home, which has been turned into a museum.
Open Sat 26 Nov, 3, 10 and 17 Dec 12:00–15:00.
Free admission.

Story Time at Tegnér Museum

Sat 26 Nov, 3, 10 and 17 Dec 14:00–14:30

Listen to classic tales in a setting from the same time period. Suitable for ages 5–8. Free admission.

Pre booking at Ticketmaster

Christmas Walking Tours

Death or cure?

27 Nov, 4, 11 and 18 Dec 11:00–12:30

A historical walk with Agneta Eriksson focusing on the art of medicine, wellness care and Svanen pharmacy through five centuries in Lund (in Swedish). Free of charge.

Pre-booking at Ticketmaster

Christmas traditions – a walking tour for children

10 and 17 Dec 15:00–16:00

A walk for the younger ones where Jacques Schultze talks about why we celebrate Christmas, where Lucia and Santa Claus come from, and what the Christmas tree looked like in the past (in Swedish). Free of charge.

Pre-booking at Ticketmaster


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