History and art at Hammarby

There are two exhibition spaces at Linnaeus’ Hammarby. The west wing houses a permanent exhibition about the history of Hammarby and the life of the Linnaeus family there. In the east wing, different artists exhibit their work during the summer months.

Sorry, there is no ongoing exhibition

At the moment we plan for coming art exhibitions in the Botanical Garden, the Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus' Hammarby.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Per Erixon.

Linnaeus at Hammarby

An exhibition about Carolus Linnaeus and the life of his family at Hammarby.

Permanent exhibition open May–September, in the western wing at Linnaeus' Hammarby.

Fynd – fröställningar och andra förunderliga ting

Exhibition with objects found during ten years of walks in nature, composed in frames and display cases by artist Tove Lindström. The objects have been found in forests, on fens and bogs, in compost heaps, along shorelines, in urban plantings and ditch edges, on small paths and in mountain crevices, in manor parks and small gardens.

6 May – 2 July 2023

Open Tuesday–Sunday 11–17 in the east wing, Linnaeus' Hammarby. 

Closed on Midsummer's Eve, 23 June.

Collage of treasures from nature arranged by artist Tove Lindström.

Nemore in flore

Exhibition of botanical illustrations by Anneli Frisk. With inspiration from her half-wild turn-of-the-century garden and the surroundings around lake Mälaren, Anneli Frisk depicts plants, vegetables and fruit with an impressive wealth of detail. You might recognise her work from the stamp booklet 'Sweden's national flower' and from several textbooks.

8 July – 3 September 2023

Open Tuesday–Sunday 11:00–17:00, in the east wing, Linnaeus' Hammarby.

Illustration by artist Anneli Frisk, showing onions, an artichoke and tomatoes.
Last modified: 2023-11-13