History and art at Hammarby

There are two exhibition spaces at Linnaeus’ Hammarby. The west wing houses a permanent exhibition about the history of Hammarby and the life of the Linnaeus family there. In the east wing, different artists exhibit their work during the summer months.

Linnaeus at Hammarby

An exhibition about Carolus Linnaeus and the life of his family at Hammarby.

Permanent exhibition open May–September, in the western wing at Linnaeus' Hammarby.

Flora of the Archipelago

Nadya Deeva exhibits botanical illustration from the Norrtälje archipelago close to her home. Nadya is a member of Botanical Art Society (London) and teaches botanical illustration. She wishes to share her passion for botanical motifs through her art.

24 July – 19 September 2021

Open Tuesday – Sunday 11–17 in July and August, Friday – Sunday 11–17 in September in the east wing, Linnaeus' Hammarby

There is also a photographic exhibition by Petra Korall in the building.

With an eye for plants

Petra Korall is a botanist with a keen eye for photography. The eyes of the photographer and the botanist unite in her close up pictures of plants and insects, enabling us to experience them in a new manner.

24 July – 19 September 2021

Open Tuesday – Sunday 11–17 in July and August, Friday – Sunday 11–17 in September in the east wing, Linnaeus' Hammarby

There is also an exhibition of botanical illustrations by Nadya Deeva in the building.

Last modified: 2021-09-13