What is a World Heritage site?

Inside Naturum


Naturum is wheelchair accessible. Accessible toilets are also available.


In the naturum shop, we sell books about the High Coast World Heritage site and Skuleskogen National Park, maps of the local area and the High Coast, and much more. We also provide a wide range of free brochures about the High Coast/Kvarken Archipelago World Heritage site, Skuleskogen National Park, other national parks in Sweden and county nature reserves.


The naturum library offers a wide range of information, including literature about the World Heritage site, animals, nature and geology. Relax in an armchair and immerse yourself! We also have binders with specific insights about the High Coast, land uplift, the ice ages, and much more.

Play area

At the far end of naturum there’s a “just-be-corner” where the whole family can relax. The children can draw, play in the nesting box and look at the tracks while the adults immerse themselves in the library. Together you can explore and make some new friends in the butterfly restaurant.


Sometimes it’s easier just to watch a film than to look at an exhibition, in which case please feel free to choose one of our films about the World Heritage site, Sweden’s national parks, or how about a children’s film?

We’re the people who work at naturum Höga Kusten

Manager – Anna Carlemalm

I’ve worked at naturum Höga Kusten since it was opened in 2007 after moving here from Skåne to live in a more central location and find a meaningful job. Working at naturum has been more a more inspiring learning experience than I could ever have imagined.

In Lund I studied a bit, but I’ll always be a strong believer in life-long learning. I feel most at home in the snow and the mountains.

Tel: 070-816-86-88

Email: anna.carlemalm@lansstyrelsen.se

Nature Guide – Patrik Bylund

I’ve been working at naturum Höga Kusten since 2012. Before I came here, I’d already worked at three other naturum locations. The best thing about working at naturum is all the wonderful people you meet. Plus the fact that you’re always learning new things because every day is different. One day you’re guiding five visitors in the national park, the next you’re watching caddis fly larvae through a hydroscope with a group of 7-year-olds. It’s an incredibly inspiring and varied job. I prefer working in dry, sunny conditions.

Tel. 0732-75-16-35

Email: patrik.bylund@lansstyrelsen.se

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