Exhibitions and events in The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
Botany, history, culture and knowledge
Every year the gardens, associations and other organizers invite you to 70 different events or exhibitions in the Linnaean Gardens. At guided tours and other garden events you can learn more about Linnaeus, botany and cultivation. You can listen to music, attend theatre performances or admire art works. Several associations also offer the opportunity to exercise in the gardens: boules, taiji, yoga.
At the moment we are planning for 2022: guided tours, events and exhibitions.
Advent in the Tropics
5 December 12:00-15:00
Enjoy the warmth and greenery in the dark months!
Exercise – recreation – culture
Ride your bike to Linnaeus' Hammarby or wander in the cultural reserve there.Give Qi Gong, Yoga, Taiji or boules a try in the Botanical Garden.
Buy tickets for a theatre performance or concert. Enjoy art works, beautiful flower beds and silence. Study, read a book or enjoya tea or coffee break. In our gardens there is room for both rest and exercise!
Workout in the gardens in 2021
For current information, contact the organizers.
Preliminary: Boules greens in the baroque garden: try your hand at pétanque in connection with competitions.
Preliminary: Senior Qigong at Sorbusplan (corner Norbyvägen-Villavägen, at the Nordic Africa Institute). Schedule for 2021 not ready yet. Organized by the Church of Swedish.
Preliminary: Qigong at Sorbusplan (corner Norbyvägen-Villavägen, at the Nordic Africa Institute): Mondays 7 June – 26 July, 17:30–19:00. For up-to-date information see the website of the organizer Biyunföreningen Gröna Draken.
Preliminary: Summer yoga in the Botanical garden: usually Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, April – August. For more information, on the Facebook page Sommaryoga i Uppsala.
Guided tours in the Linnaean Gardens
Throughout the summer we offer scheduled guided tours in the Linnaeus garden, Linnaeus's Hammarby and the Botanical Garden.
Once a month from October to April you can attend a guided tour of the Tropical Greenhouse (in Swedish).