Art and knowledge in the Linnaeus Garden

In the Orangery in the Linnaeus Garden there is a permanent exhibition about the history of the garden and Linnaeus the scientist. Artists can also exhibit their work in the Orangery during the summer. 

Linnaeus and his garden

An exhibition about Carl Linnaeus and the history of the garden.

Permanent exhibition, open May–September. In the Orangery, The Linnaeus Garden.

The Linnaeus Garden 100 years

After several years of renovation by the Swedish Linnaeus Society, The Linnaeus Garden was reopened on May 27, 1923. Small exhibition with black and white photographs from the early 20th century. taken during the period when the garden was restored and converted from a park to a museum garden.

27 May– 30 September 2023

Open Tuesday–Sunday 11:00–17:00 in May and September, and Monday–Sunday 11:00–17:00 June–August in the orangery in The Linnaeus Garden.

Closed on Midsummer's Eve.

Postcard from the late 19th century showing students walking along a gravel path. In the background the low orangery building of the Linnaeus Garden.

Former exhibitions in The Linnaeus Garden

2022: Flower dresses

2022: The Swedish National Flower

2021: Flowers, plants, and nature – drawings and paintings created by staff and friends of The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala.

2019–2020: Bulbi Rudbeckii – illustrations of bulbous plants from Olof Rudbeck’s book Campus elysii.

2018: Bevingad flora – photo art by florist Linnea Persson and photographer Peter Ericsson

2015: A Flower Cascade - fotographies by Mats Wilhelm

2013: Från livets tråd till livets träd – systematik och fylogeni i DNA-åldern

2011: Colour of Nature, Matters in Motion – Jeanette Schäring

2011: Är du vid sunda vätskor?

2010: Geotrans i fjärilsland – Fredrik Wretman, Katinka Andersson

2009: Stilt house – Joan Backes

Last modified: 2023-04-11