Museum Day in the Rainforest and the Orangery
- Date: –16:00
- Location: Botaniska trädgården The Tropical Greenhouse, Villavägen 8
- Organiser: The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
- Contact person: Lotta S Saetre
- Kulturevenemang, Temadag
Uppsala Museums celebrate the museum day with free admission. Extended opening hours in the Tropical Greenhouse until 16 o'clock. Last day for the exhibition 'Her Story – The Exhibition' in the Orangery. At 12:30-12:45 see 'In the motion caught' – choreographers Anaï Ljungberg and Helena Kindhult interpret the contents of the exhibition, in the Linnaeus Room.
The second Sunday in November is Father's Day in Sweden. Uppsala Museums treat fathers and everybody else to free admission and to events where storytelling is at focus. Gather around the campfire and listen to stories about predatory animals, see the collections of the art museum interpreted via dance or learn more about the stories of the images and the runes. Make father happy – visit a museum on Father's Day!
The Tropical Greenhouse
Did you miss our activity during the autumn school holiday? You can still learn more about edible and poisonous plants from the tropics or challenge your family in our digital quiz.
Take a picture of the map and locate some edible and poisonous plants. Use your eyes and your imagination to answer questions about all sorts of things from chili, cocoa and pineapple to insect catching plants, pollination and floral necklaces. There is Wi-Fi in the greenhouse, but you need to bring your own smart phone.
Last chance to see Her Story – The Exhibition, where Maud Karlsson explores sculptured dressmaking as an embodiment between generations, outer and inner identity as well as a visualization of time.
12:30–12:45 In motion trapped – koreography by Anaï Ljungberg and Helena Kindlund Brånstad, exploring the exhibition.
Events in The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala
Upcoming guidad tours, events, work shops, conserts, theater and more in the Botanical Garden, the Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus' Hammarby.Calendar RSS Subscribe to calendar
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Site built art outdoors around Linneanum. A collaboration with artists invited from Hokkaido. The pieces of art are created on site in the garden.
Skapade Samlingar (Created Collections)
Uppsala artist Anna Björkland creates images in ceramics, mixed media and different types of painting with inspiration from Carl Linnaeus.
Linnéträdgården, Svartbäcksgatan 27
Pictures of Sweden's floral emblem Scottish bluebell
During the summer and autumn of 2021, the Swedish Botanical Society arranged a contest to celebrate our new national emblem: the Scottish bluebell, Campanula rotundifolia, known in Sweden as "small bluebell". In this exhibition, the Society shows a selection of contributions in different techniques - photo, painting and digital illustrations.