- Open today 12–17
Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art is a unique art museum with a focus on the creative process. Here you can experience the art in our collection and in temporary exhibitions, take part in a rich and varied program with concerts, talks, performances, creative workshops, and guided tours. Join a guided tour or download the museum’s audio guide to get the most out of your visit!
On this page you will find practical information that may be helpful when you plan to visit the museum.
Exhibition Catalogue (PDF)
With Skissernas Museum’s audio guide you can learn more about the Museum and our exhibitions at your own pace. Select language in settings.
Skissernas Museum´s audio guide is an app that you download for free to your smartphone.
Skissernas Museums audio guide at App Store
Skissernas Museums audio guide at Google Play
The Skissernas Museum audio guide was produced with a generous contribution from The Crafoord Foundation and with support from Pia Althin.
The Museum Shop offers a carefully selected range of books, postcards, posters, artists materials and design objects for all ages that reflects the Museum’s focus on creative process and public art. We have books from galleries, museums and publishers all over the world, as well as publications and merchandise specific to Skissernas Museum.
The Museum Shop follows the museums opening hours.
Follow the Shop on Instagram: instagram.com/skissernasshop
You can buy the Museum´s books and profile products at Lund University Shop.
We want the Skissernas Museum to be accessible to everyone and we are always working to improve our accessibility. If you have any questions or suggestions, we would be happy to hear from you. Please contact: email@example.com.
Disabled parking spots are available outside the main entrance.
Visitors with disabilities
The entire museum is wheelchair accessible, except for the bridge in the Swedish Gallery, which can only be reached via stairs. Wheelchairs and folding chairs can be borrowed. The museum has an accessible toilet in the entrance hall and there is a lift between the floors.
The museum has an infrared hearing system in The Birgit Rausing Hall (the auditorium). To use this facility please contact a member of the staff.
Wheelchair and folding chairs
A wheelchair is available to borrow. Ask the staff in the entrance. Folding chairs are available to borrow in connection with the exhibitions.
Entry is free for personal assistants accompanying disabled visitors to the museum.
Lockable storage lockers are available at the entrance. No bags, backpacks or umbrellas may be brought into our exhibitions. With the exception of smaller handbags.
Baby strollers are allowed inside the museum. A changing table is located in the accessible toilet.
We offer our visitors free Wi-Fi. Please ask the staff in the reception for log-in details.