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Ebbas hus, Malmo

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  • Ebba's House is 450 meters away from Lilla Torg and famous for its size. It is known as the smallest house in Malmö and turned to a small museum. Even the look from outside shows how lovely that place...  more »
  • Skip coffee house and give Ebba a visit. The cafe have a pleasant atmosphere and the staff is very friendly. Wide range of coffee and tea. Homemade sandwiches, cakes and sallads. Summertime outdoor se...  more »
  • Nothing to say or to describe our feeling while visiting this old house. 200 years ago as a witness of that old days. I like it the most .  more »
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  • Very interesting well preserved house from almost 100 years ago. The volunteer that works there is super friendly and happy to tell you more about the house. Only open on Wednesday afternoon. Free to entry. Allow 30min maximum to view everything
  • A great little museum! A very interesting tidbit of Swedish home life from 100 years ago.
  • Only open on Wednesdays.
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  • Ebbas House is a small museum in Central Malmö. This town houses dating from the 1700-century are typical examples of how ordinary people lived in Malmö in the past. The entire interior of the 1910s is preserved, with woodstove and outhouse. Snörmakerskan Ebba O'connor lived in the House most of his life. Her grandfather, city meters Jöns O'connor bought the House in 1873; Her father Olof, who was also the city meters, took over the House in 1911; the buildings around changed and a lot was demolished in the 1960s, but Ebba Olsson, who since 1961 lived alone in the House refused to sell. When she moved in 1984, she donated the House to the Malmö Museums and when she died in 1989, the Museum bought the furniture and put them where they formerly stood. 1991 opened Ebbas House for visitors.
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