Accessibility to The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
Our gardens and museums are open to everyone. We aim to make our gardens, glasshouses and other buildings accessible for all.
- Some of our exhibitions are located in buildings inaccessible for wheelchairs. Some parts of those exhibitions can be visited digitally.
- Toilets suitable for wheelchair users are available in all our gardens
- An induction loop is available to borrow in connection with guided tours. It has to be booked in advance (e-mail to our booking office).
- You are allowed to bring your guide dog inside the buildings. No other animals are allowed indoors.
- Disabled access parking (for badge holders) is available at Linnaeus' Hammarby and in the Botanical Garden (Villavägen 8).
- If you need additional assistance, please contact our staff in the museum shop. In the Botanical Garden, contact the staff in the The Tropical Greenhouse.
Accessibility at The Linnaeus Garden and Museum
There is a toilet suitable for wheelchair users in the orangery.
Accessibility by wheelchair
The garden and orangery are accessible to wheelchair users.
The ground floor of the Linnaeus Museum is accessible to wheelchair users. The threshold att the entrance is high – please contact the museum staff for assistance. The first floor of the building is not accessible for wheelchair users.
However, it is possible to make a virtual tour of the museum and garden by Google Maps. The link does not work in all web browsers.
An induction loop is available on loan for guided tours. There is also an audio guide to the Linnaeus Museum.
There is no parking at the garden but it is possible to drop off passengers at the entrance (Svartbäcksgatan 27).