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Miniature worlds, exhibitions, history, activities for children, café, cinema, tin soldiers, LEGO Fantasy, dollhouse, car nostalgia, model masters

Minivärlden Ljungby is an experience for the whole family – for children, adults, men, women, train nerds, technology enthusiasts, LEGO fans, artists, craftsmen, creators, photographers, model builders, historians, storytellers, authors, car enthusiasts, campers, train wreckers. Yes, all types of professions and people can find something here that is interesting, engaging, exciting, fun, unique, fascinating.

Explore Minivärlden. Experience Minivärlden.

No booking required

We removed the booking feature. We already learned last summer that the flow of visitors works well. We limit the number of visitors to 150 at a time and let in as there are places.

Maximum 150 visitors at a time

We do this to be able to keep a good distance in the premises. With 150 simultaneous visitors, each person has 5 own sqm theoretically. In practice, it becomes much more as most people visit us in smaller groups – 2, 3, 4, etc. – who usually stick together during the visit.

Are you a group? We welcome your visit

Between our opening hours, it is always possible to book a group visit or perhaps a VIP viewing. Read more at this link.

In most cases, we are then building on our miniature world “Lilla Småland” and it can be a bit messy in the premises. That’s why we call it a construction tour. Most groups just think it’s fun to see a little behind the scenes.

Visiting rules during Corona

Right now we no longer have direct corona restrictions in Sweden, but we have all learned to take others into account.

  • Keep your distance from others, outside and inside the premises.
  • Do not let the children run around by themselves, but take your parental responsibility.
  • If you have a cold, cough, sneeze, have a fever, you should simply not visit us.
  • If you belong to a risk group, the Swedish Public Health Agency’s guidelines apply.
  • If you have not been vaccinated, the Public Health Agency’s guidelines apply.