Victoria in blossom
- Date: –
- Location: Botaniska trädgården Tropiska växthuset, Villavägen 8
- Organiser: Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar
- Contact person: Lotta Saetre
- Temadag, Kulturevenemang
An opportunity to see the flower of the giant water lily, Victoria amazonica, and the pithaya in blossom. They open out at dusk, but not every night. Updates (in Swedish) on Facebook.
Opening hours: Thursday–Saturday 6pm–9pm. Due to the Covid-19-pandemic you have to book your ticket in advance, through email@example.com.
Due to the Covid-19-pandemic we only 30 visitors into the Tropical Greenshouse. Thus you have to book your ticket in advance, throug firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours available are: Thursday 13 August 18.00, 19.00 (SOLD OUT) and 20.00 (SOLD OUT); Friday 14 August 18.00, 19.00 and 20.00 (SOLD OUT); and Saturday 15 August 18.00, 19.00 and 20.00 (SOLD OUT). Please, specify desired day and time; how many persons you are; and your contact information.
Entrance fee adults 50 Skr. Children (ages 0-17) free of charge.
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