The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala

The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala: opening times

The Botanical Garden with the Tropical Glasshouse and Linneanum Orangery are open throughout the year.

The Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus Museum are open from May until the end of September; the Museum can also be visited by pre-booked groups during the winter months.

At Linnaeus’ Hammarby the Cultural Heritage Reserve is open throughout the year, while the park, buildings, café and shop are open May – September.

The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala: entrance charges

Linnaeus’ Hammarby, the Linnaeus Garden with Linnaeus Museum, and the Botanical Garden with Tropical Greenhouse and Linneanum Orangery all have free entry for children under 18 years and for employees and students of Uppsala University.

If you are a frequent visitor to the gardens, you may like to purchase an annual card or become a member of one of the friends' organisations.

The Botanical Garden: opening times

The Park

November–April: 7am–7pm. The gates close to Uppsala Castle and Carolina Rediviva (the University Library) are closed from the arrival of the first snow.

May–October: 7am–9pm.

The Tropical Greenhouse

September–May: Tuesday–Friday 9am–3pm, Saturday-Sunday Noon–3pm.

June–August: Monday–Friday 9am–3pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am–4pm

The Orangery, Linneanum

September–May: Tuesday–Friday 9am–3pm.

June–August: Monday–Friday 9am–3pm.

Opening times during public holidays may vary.

Guided Tours

The park and gardens

June–August: Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm (1 pm in Swedish)

Tropical Greenhouse

September–May: First Sunday of the month (in Swedish) 

In 2017 the guided tours in the glasshouse is replaced by talks about cultivation and harvesting.

Fee 50 SKr, includes entrance fee to the Tropical Greenhouse, where the guided tour starts.

The Botanical Garden: admission charges

The Park: Free of charge.

The Tropical Greenhouse: Adult 50 SEK. Children (ages 0-17) free of charge.

The Linneanum Orangery has an entry charge for special exhibitions.

Linnaeus Garden: opening hours

The Garden and Professor’s Residence (Linnaeus Museum) have the same public opening hours.

May: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–5pm

June–August: Monday–Sunday 11am–5pm. Closed Midsummer Eve.

September: Friday–Sunday 11am–5pm

The gates to the Garden close at 20.00 (8 pm)

Guided Tours

In English every opened day at 2.30pm.

Guided tours in Swedish at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm

The daily guided tours are included in the entrance fee and can not be booked in advance.

The Director's Lodge is included when available. Audioguide to the Museum is available in English.

Book a private guided tour

Linnaeus Museum – Linnaeus’ home and place of work

The Linnaeus Museum is also open for pre-booked groups during the winter months.

Bookings for the period October – April should be made by e-mail to Museum Gustavianum.

The Linnaeus Garden: admission prices

During normal opening hours: Adults 80 kr. Children (ages 0-17) free of charge.

The admission price includes entry to the Linnaeus Museum. Different admission prices can be charged for special exhibitions and events.

After 17.00 (5 pm) : free entry (applies only to the Garden).

A valid entry ticket for Linnaeus’ Hammarby gives free entry.

The Linnaeus' Hammarby: opening times

Museum and exhibitions

May: Friday–Sunday 11am–5pm

June–August: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–5pm

September: Friday–Sunday 11am–5pm

Linnaeus' House

The dwelling house is only open for guided tours. There will be four tours a day. Groups of more than 10 people have to make a reservation.

On Google Maps you can take a virtual tour of the house.

Grounds and Cultural Heritage Reserve

The gates to the garden and grounds close at 8 pm.

The Cultural Heritage Reserve of Linnaeus’ Hammarby is open all year.

Guided tours

In English every opened day at 12.30

Guided tours in Swedish at 11.30, 14.30 and 15.30. Written information is available in English, French, German, Spanish and Russian.

The daily guided tours are included in the entrance fee and can not be booked in advance.

Entry charge for Linnaeus’ Hammarby

During ordinary opening times: Adults 80 SEK. Children (ages 0-17) free of charge.

A guided tour of the museum is included in the entry charge. Groups of more than 10 people must book their own guide. Entry charges may differ for certain exhibitions and events.

From 5 pm (garden and park only): free entrance.

The Cultural Heritage Reserve of Linnaeus’ Hammarby: free entrance

Free entrance

Free entrance to The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala applie to:

  • employees at Uppsala University
  • students at Uppsala University
  • members of The Swedish Linnaeus Society (The Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus' Hammarby only)
  • members of The Society of Linnaeus' Hammarby (The Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus' Hammarby only)
  • members of Linnés vänner (friends of Linnaeus), our friends' organization
  • members of Inter Nordic Guide Club (IGC), including the organization Uppsalaguiderna.
  • employees at Uppsalas museer (holders of the UMI-card)
  • members of The Association of Swedish Museums
  • members of DIK
  • holders of ICOM-card
  • holders of Kulturarvskort get 50% off the admisson fee. (Holders of the card for employees get free entrance.)

The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala: annual card

The annual card of the Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala gives free entry to the Tropical Glasshouse, Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus’ Hammarby. The annual card is valid for one calendar year and can be purchased from one of our museum shops  or from the offices of the gardens (weekday daytime).

An annual card costs 200 kr.