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Top 5 cultural attractions in Malmö
In Malmö you can find anything from impressive street art, to a prominent art museum and a cemetery so well-designed it took decades to finish! Here are five Malmö must-visits if you’re into Scandinavian design, architecture and culture.
Last updated 11 March 2022
ArtScape Street Art, Malmö
There is plenty of street art all over town in Malmö. The first street art festival in Sweden was arranged in Malmö, by non-profit organisation ArtScape in 2014.
Photo: Stephen Thompson
Street art in Malmö city
Malmö isn’t just a city. It’s an art gallery too! The whole city has been transformed into an urban art exhibition with murals and sculptures all over town.Street art in Malmö city
Contemporary art at Moderna Museet, Malmö
Contemporary art at Moderna museet in Malmö, Skåne.
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Moderna Museet in Malmö
Looking for contemporary art in Malmö? Moderna Museet exhibits art by some of the of the most prominent international and Swedish artists in one of Malmö’s most beautiful buildings.Moderna Museet in Malmö
Skateboarding is once again peaking in popularity and skate parks open to the public are found all over Sweden.
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Stapelbäddsparken skateboard park
In a former shipyard slipway lies the skateboard park Stapelbäddsparken – an oasis for skaters and a prime example of Swedish architecture co-created with citizens.Stapelbäddsparken skateboard park
The Flower Kiosk at the Eastern Cemetery in Malmö
'The Flower Kiosk' designed by Sigurd Lewerentz at the Eastern Cemetery in Malmö.
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The Eastern Cemetery
Östra Kyrkogården (The Eastern Cemetery) was designed by Sigurd Lewerentz, one of the most prominent Swedish architects of the 20th century.The Eastern Cemetery
Form/Design Center in Malmö
Form/Design Center in Malmö.
Photo: Johan Kalén
Scandinavian design at Form/Design Center
Form/Design Center is located in an old granary dating back to the 16th century. With a wide perspective and an inclusive approach, this center is a mecca for anyone interested in Scandinavian design and architecture.Scandinavian design at Form/Design Center
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