Trelleborg Museums offer activities, exhibitions and bookable programs for all ages, groups and school groups
Trelleborg Museums offer many activities specifically designed for children. Take part in our holiday or weekend events, try our audio guide trails for children and young people or Read to become a real Viking at our summer camp, Testa Viking!
Book one of our museums’ many exciting programs for groups.
Trelleborgs Museums offer a wide range of educational programs targeting the youngest children in preschool to adult Readers in vocational adult education, Swedish for immigrants (SFI) and folk high schools.
Here you will find unique products for both young and old. You’ll discover literature on niche subjects, local handicraft products, postcards and toys. The products are inspired by our exhibitions and have a sense of history.
In the café, you can enjoy a Swedish fika with freshly brewed coffee and cookies baked by the local bakery Jollen (a bakery operated by individuals within the framework of the LSS) They also serve era-specific sandwiches from different decades. Feel free to drop by for a cup of coffee and a cinnamon bun!
If you have specific questions, simply scan the Info Point’s QR code with your phone to chat directly with the staff at Visit Trelleborg.
Scan a QR code with your mobile phone and embark on a discovery tour of Trelleborg Museum’s exhibitions “Öga mot Öga” and “Stadslifv”.
Listen to exciting audio narratives with Trelleborg Museum’s audio guide. The audio tracks contain both facts and fiction. Additionally, there are dramatized audio stories for children and other curious individuals.
The exhibition takes you on a winding journey through the history of Söderslätt. Here, you can Read more about the world’s most famous “Trelleborgare”, the Sitting Woman, and the 7000 year old Skateholm community where she lived. Furthermore, you will meet a little creature sneaking around in the “Öga mot Öga” exhibition. Follow the creature and see what it has to show and tell.
In the “Stadslifv” exhibition, you will get to know Ella, a working-class girl, and hear her stories about life in Trelleborg almost 100 years ago.
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.