UU : Linnaeus' Hammarby
Uppsala universitet
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Contact:

Address:

Linnaeus' Hammarby
SE-755 98 Uppsala
Phone/Fax:

For guided tours +46 18 471 28 38
(week days 9.30 am- 11.30 am) or e-mail

Staff in place +46 18-32 60 94
Questions: botanical.garden@
botan.uu.se


Map (Search for "Linnés Hammarby" or "Edeby".)

GPS coordinates: WGS84 59° 49′ 3″ N, 17° 46′ 35″ E / UTM 59.8175°, 17.776389°


Events 2016:

April 24 Meadow raking in the cultural park.


May 1 First day of the season. Opening of the art exhibition "Herbationes Upsalienses".


May 15 Hammarby Day.


June 19 Manner at th 18th century


July 17 Haymaking and 18th century theme. Celebration of Sara Lisa 300 years.


August 7 Coffea, tea and other warm drinks.


August 14 Sheep shearing and market.


August 28 Evening concert.


September 4 Hop Harvest.


September 11 Oat Harvest.


September 17-18 Apple Days.


September 25 Last day of the season.


October 16 Fall harvest in the cultural park.


Calendar for the Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala, in Swedish.

Exhibitions

Vildrosor ur Linnés blomstervandringar av Margaretha Bååth. Utställning i östra flygeln Linnés Hammarby, 1/5-28/8 2016.


May 1 maj – August 28
Herbationes Upsalienses
Botanical illustrations by Margaretha Bååth combined with unique Linné-quotations found by Mariette Manktelow.


Admission to Linnaeus' Hammarby: 80 SEK, from the age of 18.


Welcome to

Linnaeus' Hammarby

Photo: J. Kårehed

The small estate Hammarby, 15 km SE of Uppsala, was bought by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. He wanted a farm on the countryside where he could spend the summers together with his family, away from the unhealthy quarters of Uppsala. Today, few Swedish manor-houses preserve such an authentic milieu. It reflects the private life of Linnaeus as well as his scientific work.

Opening hours
The garden and cultural park:
Year around 11am-8pm

Museum shop and exhibitions:
May and September Fri-Sun 11am-5pm
June to August Tue-Sun 11am-5pm. Closed June 6 and June 19.

Linnaeus’ house (with guide only):
12.30pm (in English)
11.30am, 2.30pm and 3.30pm in Swedish. Information in English, German, French, Russian, Finnish and Spanish available.

Café Sara Lisa:
May and September Sat-Sun 11am-5pm.Fridays closed.
June to August Tue-Sun 11am-5pm. Closed June 6 and June 21.

Entrance fee: 80 SEK, children under 18 free.