The Linnaean heritage in Uppsala
Linnéträdgården (The Linnaeus’ Garden)
The Botanical Garden restored according to Linnaeus’ plan from 1745.
Linnaeus’ country house, a farm close to Uppsala.
Another one of Linnaeus’ farms where Linnaeus was able to be undisturbed. At Sävja there was peace and quiet for the soul. Today Linnaeus’s Sävja is an idyllic environment with a small museum and a herb garden.
Temporarily closed to public.
Linnaeus is buried in Uppsala Cathedral.
Uppsala University Botanical Garden
With the Linnaean laurel trees and the Linnaeanum.
The Linnaeus trails in Uppsala
Uppsala kommunity is responsible for those, see Linnéstigarna.se
The garden of Linnaeus
The Linnaeus garden has the same design as in the time of Carolus Linnaeus.
The Director's Lodge
The Linnaeus museum, was Linnaeus's home and study for 35 years.
The summer estate of the Linnaeus family
Linnaeus' Hammarby is one of the best preserved Swedish manor-houses from the 18th century.