Tourist attractions in Malmö

Malmö is Scania’s largest city and Sweden’s third largest city and is located by the sea in southwestern Sweden. Malmö has many different tourist attractions that you can experience during your visit to the city. Here are some tips on what you can do as a tourist in Malmö!

Turning Torso Turist Malmö

Turning Torso

Turning Torso is Sweden’s second tallest and Skåne’s tallest building at 190 meters above sea level. The high-rise located in Västra hamnen consists of 54 floors divided into 148 rental apartments and the top two floors consist of meeting rooms. The tower has a 90 degree twist and is one of the most famous landmarks for Malmö and Sweden.

Turistattraktion Kungsparken och Slottsparken

Kungsparken & Slottsparken

The park area consisting of Kungsparken, which is Malmö’s oldest park, and Slottsparken, both created in the 19th century. Slottsparken and Kungsparken are separated by the canal and both of these parks are characterized by being green and romantic. The parks consist of various walking paths, ponds, trees and plants, open grassy areas and footbridges over the canal. In Slottsparken there is also the beautiful Stadsbiblioteket (city ​​library) which is also worth a visit when you are a tourist in Malmö.

Folkets Park Malmö

Folkets Park

Folkets Park is located between Möllevångstorget and St. Pauli’s cemetery. An eventful park where there is something to do for everyone. There is mini golf, café and kiosks, playgrounds, skate ramp, terrarium and barbecue areas and more. The park also transforms during the different seasons of the year, a winter wonderland where ice skating becomes possible, a Halloween theme and in the summer the splash pool opens up and more. During the year, various festivals are also held in Folkets Park. An exciting park with lots of activities that are simply constantly in motion.

Moderna Museet Malmö

Moderna museet

The Moderna museum is one of Europe’s leading museums for modern and contemporary art and is a branch of the Moderna museum in Stockholm. The museum was opened in 2009 in Malmö and is centrally located in the neighborhood around Caroli. There are roughly 130,000 works in different styles and techniques, it is a museum worth visiting. The collection consists of paintings, photographs, sculptures and more from several different well-known artists.

Öresundsbron i Malmö

Öresund Bridge

Most people are probably familiar with the Öresund Bridge, which was opened in 2000 and connects Sweden with Denmark with the help of a 15.9 km long bridge. Closest to Denmark, the bridge goes down into a tunnel that is 4 km long in order not to create a traffic hazard for Denmark’s Kastrup airport. To make the transition between bridge and tunnel, the island of Pepparholmen was created. The Öresund Bridge consists of a two-lane motorway and under the motorway is a double-track railway.

Ribersbors Kallbadhus i Malmö

Ribersborgs Kallbadhus

Ribersborgs Kallbadhus is located on a jetty out by Ribersborgsstranden. Here you can take a sauna with a view of the sea. The cold bath house is divided into two sections, one for women and one for men. There are also 5 saunas, one of which is shared, where women and men can bathe together.

Stortorget i Malmö


Stortorget is a large and open square that is centrally located and closely connected to Lilla Torg. Stortorget is characterized by several noteworthy buildings such as Malmö Town Hall, Apoteket Lejonet and Residenset.

Lilla Torg i Malmö

Lilla Torg

Lilla Torg is located in central Malmö in the Old Town, next to the main square. There are several restaurants around Lilla Torg, and during the summer several restaurants open up a larger outdoor dining area. It is a popular place to eat, drink and hang out.

Möllevångstorget Malmö


Möllevångstorget is located between Folkets Park and Södervärn and is usually called Möllan by Malmö residents. Möllevångstorget is best known for its daily market, where mainly fruit, vegetables and flowers are sold. Later in the evening, it becomes popular to visit the pubs and restaurants with food from several different countries that can be found along the square.

Malmö Saluhall

Malmö Saluhall

Malmö Saluhall describes itself as a heaven for food lovers. The sales hall consists of several carefully selected restaurants and shops and is within walking distance of Malmö Central Station.

S:t Petri kyrka i Malmö

St. Petri’s church

St. Petri’s church is located in the heart of central Malmö and has roots dating back to the 14th century. It is a beautiful and large church.

S:t Pauli Kyrka

St. Pauli church

St. Pauli church is a hexagonal round church located at the intersection of Kungsgatan and Sankt Pauli church street. It is a stately and beautiful church built with yellow brick and an aluminum roof.