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Uppsala University Botanical Garden
Uppsala University Botanical Garden

The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala

The Uppsala University Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in Sweden. It attained worldwide fame in the days of Olof Rudbeck and Carl Linnaeus. The old garden is today known as The Linnaeus Garden. The modern botanical garden is situated by Uppsala Castle and houses more than 7,000 plant species. Linnaeus’ Hammarby preserves an authentic 18th-century milieu, which few other Swedish manor houses do. The Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus’ Hammarby are open to visitors from May to September.

Welcome to our three gardens where we successfully have combined
botany and horticulture for more than 350 years!


The Botanical Garden, Villavägen 6-8, Uppsala
The Linnaeus Garden, Svartbäcksgatan 27,
Uppsala Linnaeus’ Hammarby, 15 km
Southeast of Uppsala