Events in The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
Upcoming guided tours, events, workshops, conserts, theater and more in the Botanical Garden, the Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus' Hammarby.Calendar RSS Subscribe to calendar
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Celsius exhibition in the Botanical Garden
Did you know that over 200 varieties of apples are grown in Sweden? Get to know a good quarter of them at the apple exhibition at Linnaeus' Hammarby. Find out which apples you have in your garden.
Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
End of season in the Linnaeus Garden
This is your last opportunity to visit the Linnaeus Garden and the Linnaeus Museum before they close for the season. Visit Linnaeus' home and workplace and enjoy the last flowers in the reconstructed 18th century garden. Guided tour in English at 14.30, an audioguide is also available free of charge.
School holiday fun - plant a Christmas bulb
Start a bulb and make it blossom at Christmas. Plant it in a pot, create and decorate a cone which will provide darkness that will encourage the bulb to blossom. Suitable for ages 6 to 15, the Tropical Greenhouse.
Museum Day in the Rainforest and the Orangery
Uppsala Museums celebrate the museum day with free admission. Extended opening hours in the Tropical Greenhouse until 16 o'clock. Last day for the exhibition 'Her Story – The Exhibition' in the Orangery. At 12:30-12:45 see 'In the motion caught' – choreographers Anaï Ljungberg and Helena Kindhult interpret the contents of the exhibition, in the Linnaeus Room.