Events at Linnaeus' Hammarby
Upcoming guided tours, events and conserts at Linnaeus' Hammarby.Calendar RSS Subscribe to calendar
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Skapade Samlingar (Created Collections)
Uppsala artist Anna Björkland creates images in ceramics, mixed media and different types of painting with inspiration from Carl Linnaeus.
Haymaking at Hammarby
During Linnaeus' time the meadows were harvested to provide winter feed to the farm's animals. Join us in the Cultural Reserve - learn how to use scythe and rake and how to dry hay on a hayrack. Buy old varieties of vegetables from the kitchen garden. Go on a guided tour in the Reserve together with the peasants or the agricultural historians.
Trädgårdens gömda skatter
Country fair at Hammarby
Buy locally produced artisan crafts and freshly harvested vegetables at the cozy country fair, organised by Hammarby's friend association. Come along on walks with the farmers and the agricultural historians. Let the children go on a pony ride or try on 18th century clothing. Watch when we dye yarn and spin wool. Inauguration of the renovated soldier's croft.
Hops, Oats and Barley
It is harvest time at Carl Linnaeus' country estate! We harvest hops, oats and barley in the restored farmland surrounding Linnaeus' country house. Learn about old varieties of hops, and beer brewing. Please note the might be changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.