The Linnaean garden season begins
- Date: –17:00
- Location: Linnés Hammarby
- Organiser: Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar
- Contact person: Lotta S Saetre
Meet spring in the Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala. Enjoy the seasonal flowers, explore Carl Linnaeus' homes in town and in the country and have a "fika" or lunch in the garden cafés.
Opening hours: The Botanical Garden, all days 07-21. The Linnaeus Garden with the Linnaeus Museum, Tue-Sun 11-17, Linnaeus' Hammarby, Mon-Sun 11-17. Free entrance for children under 18, students and employees at Uppsala University.
Utställningar Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar
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Illustrations of bulbous plants from Olof Rudbeck the Elder’s magnificent Book of Flowers. All plants selected were cultivated in the Linnaeus Garden by Rudbeck in the 17th century.
The US artist Brandy Kraft shows plants in an innovative way in her colourful paintings. She preserves the beauty of fantasy flowers for future generations.
Walks in nature
An exhibition of paintings by ten Czech artists emphasising a diversity of plants and landscapes.
A cultural cavalcade in the Linnaeus Garden
Try your hand at origami, learn about kimonos and witness a Japanese tea ceremony in Linnaeus' orangery. Listen to classical music and enjoy a choir singing. Visit Carl Linnaeus' home. As darkness falls, the garden will be Illuminated by candles. Enjoy a magical stroll among the flowers of autumn.
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