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Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
Illustrations of bulbous plants from Olof Rudbeck the Elder’s magnificent Book of Flowers. All plants selected were cultivated in the Linnaeus Garden by Rudbeck in the 17th century.
Regular guided tours of Gustavianum in English
From June 11 to August 30 we offer daily guided tours, Tuesday to Sunday, at 13.00 of Gustavianum in English. Our guided tours take about 30 minutes and are open to all visitors and are included in the entrance fee.
Regular guided tours of Gustavianum in Swedish
From June 11 to August 30 we offer daily guided tours, Tuesday to Sunday, of Gustavianum at 15.00 in Swedish. Our guided tours take about 30 minutes and are open to all visitors and are included in the entrance fee.
Walks in nature
An exhibition of paintings by ten Czech artists emphasising a diversity of plants and landscapes.
Victoria in blossom
An opportunity to see the flower of the giant water lily, Victoria amazonica, and the pithaya in blossom. They open out at dusk, but not every night. Updates (in Swedish) on Facebook.
Opening hours: Thursday–Saturday 6pm–9pm.
Country Fair at Hammarby
Family day at Linnaeus' Hammarby. You can buy sheepskins, cheese, bread, vegetables and honey at the small and genuine fair, where there will also be craft stands and second hand sellers. The children can try on 18th century clothes.