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Malmohus

6 Malmoehusvaegen, Malmo 211 18, Sweden
+46 40 34 44 00
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Wish we'd had longer here

There is so much packed in to this quirky collection of museums/galleries/aquarium and castle. We... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Trentmeister
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Harrogate, United Kingdom
A fantastic fortress with an excellent museum

We went for a temporary artexhibit and I managed to see the permanent exhibition as well while my... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Lars L
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Menton
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Malmöhus Castle is Scandinavia´s oldest surviving Renaissance castle. Here Denmark´s coins were minted in the Middle Ages and here Crown Prince Frederick held wild parties in the 16th century. Prisoners were beheaded in the courtyard in the 19th century. Today Malmöhus forms part of Malmö Museer. The castle is part of Sweden´s cultural heritage and is managed by the National Property Board.
  • Excellent29%
  • Very good43%
  • Average23%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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6 Malmoehusvaegen, Malmo 211 18, Sweden
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+46 40 34 44 00
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Reviewed 3 days ago

There is so much packed in to this quirky collection of museums/galleries/aquarium and castle. We only had a couple of hours to spare and felt that we'd missed huge chunks of it. An added big bonus is the excellent cafe which served us the best...More

Thank Trentmeister
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We went for a temporary artexhibit and I managed to see the permanent exhibition as well while my wife had coffee. The museum suffers badly from the politically correct agenda which plagues Swedish museum activites. The good news is that the, albeit halv hidden, permanent...More

Thank Lars L
Reviewed 1 week ago

I came here during a half-day in Malmo. The castle was interesting to walk around, as it wasn't really what you'd think of when you hear "castle". The museum inside was definitely more for children than adults.

Thank nrejebym
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Sometimes it rains in Malmö. When that happen you have however Malmöhus museum. Here you can easily spend the day. You can chose to visit the castle it self, or the museum, or the art exhibition or the aquarium in the basement. The aquarium has...More

Thank solocase
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Acessable by mobility scooter and lifts inside , 2floors mix natural history , history of Malmö and art, interesting but have seen more in other castles , nice aquarium too, cafe and toilets also acessable .

Thank Sue L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can walk a bit and go visit castle of Malmo which is nothing fancy really but is nice to visit. Although we visited while raining you can see the architecture and the trench full of water averting intruders from going in

Thank MarioSt59
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is excellent value as there's lots to see for all types of interests. Loved the aquarium and the history of the castle sections whereas the transport museum and the chance to go inside a submarine clinched it for others in the party. (Can't believe...More

Thank Alicia C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This looks like a British industrial building of the industrial revolution but houses a museum and some sculptures and exhibits in its grounds. It's an easy walk from the city centre so if you want to visit the museum or just kill some time it's...More

Thank FGHOB
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It has 2 parts: natural life museum and a small aquarium. SEK 30/adult entrance. It presents life on the spot millions of years ago, based on underground findings. There are many exhibits presenting ecology to children, how to take care of the environment. I recommend...More

Thank ellinika
Reviewed 15 May 2017

Took in the Finnish Design exhibit commemorating 100 years of independence. Content was good and the material includined furniture , glass and clothing design. The Roma exhibit was fascinating and deserves greater attendance.

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lovethatbark
Price to enter? Easy cheap way to get there?
5 March 2017|
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Response from cefm | Reviewed this property |
It is 40 SEK to enter, children up to 19 is free. It is a brief 15 minute walk from the central train station if you are coming from Copenhagen. There are signs to it everywhere.
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