Haymaking at Hammarby
- Date: –16:00
- Location: Linnés Hammarby Kulturreservatet Linnés Hammarby
- Organiser: Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar in cooperation with Länsstyrelsen Uppsala län and SLU Agrarhistoria.
- Contact person: Lotta S Saetre
- Temadag, Kulturevenemang
Learn how to use a scythe and a rake. Buy old varieties of vegetables from the garden. Join the peasants or the historic researchers on a guided tour in the culture reserve.
Entrance fee to the museum and park 100 SEK. Free entrance to the museum and park for visitors wearing 18th century costume. The haymaking takes place in the Culture Reserve at Linnaeus' Hammarby.
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Upcoming guidad tours, events, work shops, conserts, theater and more in the Botanical Garden, the Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus' Hammarby.Calendar RSS Subscribe to calendar
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Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
Flowers, plants and nature
A selection of drawings and paintings created by staff and friends of The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala. The exhibition is curated by Anna Ehn, public art manager at Uppsala kommun, and Rebecca Flodin, curator at Uppsala University Museum.
Flora of The Archipelago & With an Eye For Plants
Artist Nadya Deeva exhibits botanical illustration from the Norrtälje archipelago close to her home. The eyes of the photographer and the botanist Petra Korall unite in her close up pictures of plants and insects
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.