The Linnaeus Museum

Visiting Linnaeus’ home

The Linnaeus Museum is in what was once Carl Linnaeus’ home, beautifully located in the Linnaeus Garden in Uppsala. Objects and portraits tell of Linnaeus’ life and times, both in private and as a scientist.

The museum contains unique items which tell of Linnaeus’ home life and his scientific achievements. You can also learn about his family how they lived their lives in the 18th century.Linnaeus’ scientific activities brought items from his journeys, his time as a professor and his experiments. Parts of the university’s natural history collection, which Linnaeus kept, are on display.

Opening hours by date

Regular opening hours

May: Tuesday-Sunday 11-17

June-Aug: Monday-Sunday 11-17

Sep: Tuesday-Sunday 11-17

Oct–April: open to per-booked groups

Adults (incl. The Linnaeus Garden): 120 SEK Senior citizens 65+: 100 SEK Students (not Uppsala University): 100 SEK Free admission for: Kids, Uppsala University employees, Uppsala University students

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