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This day event focuses on vitally important chemistry. The exhibition Aspiring to Precision highlights the beginnings of chemistry at Uppsala University duing the 19th century. Come and hear more about the Swedish elements, discoveries and exciting experiments.
The World on Paper - Autumn half term at Gustavianum
Maps are in focus during the half term holiday. Linnéa Krylén, illustrator and author of children's books, reveals the secret world of maps, where there are explorers who wanted to be first, researchers who found what they where looking for, and others who did not. Workshops offer the opportunity to learn to read maps and to make your own.
Uppsala's museums throw open their doors for a joint special event. This year's theme is jounerys. Test your knowledge during a visit to Gustavianum's newly opened Art Store and Coin Cabinet in University House. Guided tours and lectures are given in Swedish.
A Linnaean Garden Party
Time travel to the 18th century, hear the rustle of silk skirts, see silver shoe buckles glisten, and sample artisan foods. Find rare plants and seeds for your garden and pick up advice on how to grow them. Meet scientists, experiment, and learn more about Linnaean science. Guided tour in English at 11.30 and 14.30.
Did you know that over 200 varieties of apples are grown in Sweden? Get to know a good quarter of them at the apple exhibition att Linnaeus' Hammarby. Find out which apples you have in your garden. There will be a professional juicer if you want to bring your own apples and make "äppelmust" (not to be confused with "julmust").