Möllegården culture
in Åkarp with shop, exhibitions (including part of the Weibull doll and costume collection), and cafe.

January 22, 2012: With The exhibition "On Two Wheels" (until 26 February).
Take the train to Åkarp. Walk to Möllegården culture. At an intersection is an unreadable information sign. A man arrives "Linné was here," he says. Here was old burial mounds that have been flattened, our conversation switches to how silly it seems to be to bury the railroad seven meters down and into the groundwater, rather than two meters, and making beautiful stone and earthen walls. Moving on to Möllegården. At the road is a memorial stone of Tuve Mansson. 1710 he smuggled information to Malmö, at the time besieged by the Danes .

On Möllegården lived Charlotte Weibull, known for dolls and costumes. Owned today by the municipality that has made a small cultural center of it. Here is a shop, exhibitions (including part of the Weibull's collection), and cafe. There are lockers to lock up my coat in. Looking around in the shop. I buy an angel of metal to my collection of Christmas decorations. The exhibition Pedagogen has no show. In the Weibull room is part of Charlotte Weibull's collection. Beautiful Scanian wedding dress, dowry chest, and headgear. Dolls with costume and work uniforms. In one room is Skånegården, a Scanian peasant wedding was arranged with dolls at an exhibition 1958th.

In Glashallen is the exhibition "On Two Wheels", old mopeds, bicycles, motorcycles. The social life with the hot dog stand to hang around at, there hangs a long-haired guy. A milk table with a pretty girl. Guys who tinker. A 'korea' duffel coat with the names of pop band written on it. Nostalgia for those who were young then, it shows the visitor's age.

Lunchtime, go to Café Charlotte of the housing unit, with some beautiful old furniture. You can sit old, or more modern. A cup of tea, a healthy bun and the first cream and almond paste-filled bun this year. There is a bus stop at the highway. Take the bus back to Lund.

Möllegården kultur