If both children and adults were to tire of sun, or if the weather gods are in a bad mood, there are plenty of indoor activities in Luleå. Have a day full of learning at Teknikens Hus (The House of Technology) where you can take a guided tour into an underground mine or land an aeroplane. Jump and play around using all that stored up energy at Leo’s Lekland and 360 Trampoline Center, after shopping at Storheden, or you can challenge the children to pool and bowling at O’Leary’s. If that’s not enough, the city has several indoor swimming pools. Before long, everyone will be ready for more outdoor living.
Klätterhuset Luleå offers 1 200 m² with bouldering, rope climbing up to 16 meters, gym, boutique, café and dressing rooms with showers and sauna. All of this at a comfortable walking distance from both city and university. Beyond this we offer a broad range of courses, activities and tailored events.Visit their website
Teknikens hus (House of Technology)
Sweden’s northernmost science centre. A popular place to visit for families, often across several generations. Discover the technology that surrounds us, explore together or by yourself.
360 Trampoline Center
An adventure quite out of the ordi nary. In addition to all the attractions you will find both party rooms and corporate conferencing rooms, as well as a section where you can relax and enjoy a Swedish fika. The activi ties at the trampoline park are aimed at all age groups.
Norrbottens Järnvägsmuseum (Railroad Museum) is one of Sweden’s largest railroad museums, located in a scenic area in the old industrial town of Karlsvik, 6 km from central Luleå. The main focus of the museum is to preserve and display artifacts from the Malmbanan (Iron Ore Line), however, there are also vehicles, buildings and other objects collected from various places across northern Sweden. During the summer, scheduled museum trains run on the Gammelstad-Karlsvikshyttan railroad.
The Norrbotten Museum has exhibitions and documentary films from Norrbotten on display, as well as programmes for both children and adults. There are also play rooms for children at the museum, as well as a café and a shop.