The Main House
The main house at Hammarby was commissioned by Linnaeus and completed in 1762. Here portraits of Linnaeus’ family, friends and pets and, above all, of Linnaeus himself can now be seen. There are also numerous objects that belonged to the Linnaeus family, ranging from a lemon squeezer to tablecloths and clothes. Linnaeus’ study and bedroom are decorated with hundreds of beautiful prints of flowers which he had pasted to the walls instead of wallpaper.
Wall papers, house contents and virtual tour
Come along on a 360-degree virtual tour of the dwelling house at Hammarby.
The National Property Board, which manages the dwelling house, has written an article about the flower prints in Linnaeus's study and bedroom.
The Art Collections of Uppsala University are responsible for the furniture, artworks, clothes and other objects at Linnaeus Hammarby.