A Linnaean Garden Party
- Date: –17:00
- Location: Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
- Organiser: Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar tillsammans med Linnés Uppsala.
- Contact person: Lotta S Saetre
- Familjeaktivitet, Visning, Temadag, Kulturevenemang
Celebrate Linnaeus' birthday and join us at the garden party. Time travel to the 18th century, hear the rustle of silk skirts, see silver shoe buckles glisten and sample artisan food. Meet scientists, experiment and learn more about Linnaean science. Guided tours in English in the garden at 11:30 and 14:30.
There will be an artisan food and craft market inside the garden, and a plant market on the street outside.
Free admission all day.
Please be aware that you might have to await your turn to enter the Linnaeus Museum due to limited space.
Events in The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
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Site built art outdoors around Linneanum. A collaboration with artists invited from Hokkaido. The pieces of art are created on site in the garden.
Skapade Samlingar (Created Collections)
Uppsala artist Anna Björkland creates images in ceramics, mixed media and different types of painting with inspiration from Carl Linnaeus.
Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
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