Museum Night - At home with Linnaeus
- Location: Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
- Organiser: The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala in collaboration with the museums of Uppsala.
- Contact person: Lotta Saetre
- Kulturevenemang, Visning
Experience Linnaeus' garden in the early summer night. Join us on guided tours in Linnaeus' home (times and titles to be announced).
Note: Buy our ticket at linneanska.biljetto.com – limited availability.
21:45 Coffee, tea and chocolate – guided tour in the museum with Annika Windahl Pontén, Uppsala University
23:15 Guests and dinners – guided tour in the museum with Annika Windahl Pontén, Uppsala University
Entrance fee 100 kr, children under age of 18 free admission. Please note that the garden and the museum are closed during 17.00-20.00, and that the museum is only available with pre-booked ticket.
The full programme is published in mid May at www.uppsalasmuseer.se.
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Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
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