Country fair at Hammarby
- Date: –17:00
- Location: Linnés Hammarby
- Organiser: Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar in cooperation with Sällskapet Linnés Hammarby, Länsstyrelsen Uppsala län and SLU Agrarhistoria
- Contact person: Lotta S Saetre
- Kulturevenemang, Temadag, Familjeaktivitet
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.
For this events day, you can travel to and from Hammarby with the Lennakatten veteran bus. Please book your bus ticket at the desk att Uppsala Östra railway station. Departure at 10.10 and 12.35.
Admission to the museum and park 100 kr. Free admission for children under age 18 and for employees/students at Uppsala University. Today also free admission if you are dressed in 18th century costume!
11–17 Shop, exhibitions and the old houses are open. Art exhibition in the east wing. Café Sara Lisa serves locally produced food and baked goods in the apple orchard.
11–16 Country fair with sheep skins, vegetables, natural products and artisan crafts.
11–16 Dyeing of wool yarn. Pony rides for the children (20 SKr). Hands on activities at the soldier's croft.
11–15 The grain is ripe! Help us with the rye harvest in the Cultural Reserve.
11:30 Short introduction to the manor (Swedish).
12:30 Short introduction or guided tour of the manor (English).
13.00 Join the farmer on a walk in the Cultural Reserve.
13:30 Short introduction to the manor (Swedish).
14:00 Historical walk in the Cultural Reserve.
14:30 Short introduction to the manor (Swedish).
15:30 Short introduction to the manor (Swedish).
16:30 Short introduction or guided tour of the manor (English).
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Finds – seed heads and other wondrous things
Exhibition with objects found during ten years of walks in nature, composed in frames and display cases by artist Tove Lindström. Open Tuesday–Sunday 11–17. Closed on Midsummer's Eve, 23 June.