Relax, shop and celebrate in The Linnaeus Garden
Relax, shop & celebrate
The Linnaeus Garden is the place to find peace and silence in the middle of the busy town centre. The garden and the directors lodge are gems to all garden lovers as well as historians.
There are many nice coffehouses and restaurants in the blocks surrounding the garden. Serveral also offer outdoor seating. Café Carl von Linné offer outdoor seating in the Linnaeus Garden.
You will find presents and souvenirs related to Linnaeus, the 18th century or gardening in the museum shop.
The orangery is the perfect venue for private or business events in a historic environment.
Restaurants at The Linnaeus Garden
Café Carl von Linné across Svartbäcksgatan have tables in the Linnaeus Garden. They serve fika and lunch. As their customer you are welcome.
- phone number 018-12 61 26
- e-mail to Café Carl von Linné
There are also several other out coffehouses and restaurants next to The Linnaeus garden. Most of them have tables outside the Garden.
Opening hours Café Carl von Linné in The Linnaeus Garden
The outdoor seating area is closed 2021.
Ordinary opening hours (seating area within the garden)
- May: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–5pm
- June–August: Monday–Sunday 11am–5pm
Celebrate in a historic environment
The Orangery in the Linnaeus Garden may be hired for special occasions throughout the year. Weddings, disputation parties, birthdays and business events can all be held here.
During the 18th century, when Carl Linnaeus’ was director of the Garden, the building was used as an orangery.
Flowery gifts and Linnaeus' writings
In the museum shop of the Linnaeus Garden you will will find cards, posters and gifts with motifs from Olof Rudbeck’s and Carl Linnaeus’s days as well as works of contemporary Swedish botanical illustrators. We provide seeds, insect houses, and much more if you want to increase the biodiversity in your garden. In the Linnaeus Garden shop, we stock literature about Carl Linnaeus and his science.
The shop in the Linnaeus Garden is open from May to September, during the normal opening hours of the Garden.