Getting to Uppsala University Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden is bordered by Dag Hammarskjölds väg, Thunbergsvägen, Norbyvägen and Villavägen; the visiting address is Villavägen 6-8.
The city buses stop directly outside the Botanic Garden at the bus stops named Blåsenhus, Evolutionsmuseet and Botaniska . Visit the website for Uppsala public transport to find the bus timetables for lines 1 (white), 2 (red), 7 (light blue), 11 (grey) and 12 (yellow).
There are car parks at Villavägen 6, Norbyvägen 18 and Plantskolegränd. Parking for the disabled is available close to the Tropical Glasshouses and Café Victoria, Villavägen 8.
Parking for coaches is available close to the Cathedral at S:t Eriks torg and Riddartorget.
Getting to Linnaeus’ Hammarby
Leave the E4 Uppsala bypass at junction 187 and take road 282 towards Edsbro. After about 200m turn right towards Danmark and ”Linnés Hammarby” (signed). Linnaeus’ Hammarby has got the GPS-coordinates WGS84 59° 49′ 3″ N, 17° 46′ 35″ E / UTM 59.8175°, 17.776389°.
Bus 102 from Uppsala to Knivsta stops at the turn-off for Linnaeus’ Hammarby, about 2 km from the property. The travel time from Uppsala central station is about 20 minutes, the return journey about 25 minutes. The bus departs every 30 minutes on weekdays and once an hour on weekends.
- Timetable (summer), (June 12–August 13).
- Timetable (autumn), (August 14–December 9).
- Timetable (winter).
Bus 186 also stops at the turn-off for Linnaeus’ Hammarby, on weekdays (travel time 15 minutes).
Getting to the The Linnaeus Garden
The Linnaeus Garden is on Svartbäcksgatan, north of the pedestrianised part of the street.
There are no bus stops alongside the Garden. City buses (numbers 2, 5, 13, 14 and 42) all call at the bus stop called ’Skolgatan’, which is a short walk from the Garden. Regional buses (numbers 110, 111 and 115, for example) also stop at ’Skolgatan’. Buses 110 and 115 to Old Uppsala (Gamla Uppsala) depart from stop ’Skolgatan’.