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Gustavianum is closed for renovation

Gustavianum, Uppsala University Museum, looks after many unique and fragile objects – Egyptian mummies, Roman and Greek collections, archaeological finds from the Viking period, works of art, the famous Augsburg Art Cabinet, scientific instruments from various eras – and much more. All these historic collections must be stored and displayed with care. It is to this end that Gustavianum closed the 29th September 2019 for renovation work.

Renovation will, above all, improve the environmental conditions for exhibited objects, as well as increase the total area of exhibition space. The renovation work is being conducted by Sweden´s National Property Board, in close collaboration with Uppsala University. The work is estimated to be completed within three years.

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Closed for renovation


Akademigatan 3



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