The Stadslifv exhibition tells the history of Trelleborg, from the 6th century to the present day. It covers the city’s evolution from a small settlement to regaining its city rights and the transition of rural workers into industrial workers.
Step into the director’s office and listen to the industrial magnates of the 19th century arguing over who has done the most for the city. Follow the girl Ella through the exhibition and listen to her stories about growing up in a poor working-class family or get to know the many dedicated individuals who fought for better working conditions in the city’s factories.
The exhibition is part of our audio guide. Scan a QR code with your own mobile phone and embark on a journey through various audio tracks. The audio tracks include both facts and fiction, as well as dramatized audio stories for children and the curious. The audio guide is available in Swedish and English. If you prefer not to use your own mobile phone, you have the option to borrow one at the museum’s reception desk.