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.
Opening hours in Summer
The museum and garden open on May 1st and closes at September 30th.
Opening hours: Tues-Sun 11-17
During June-August also on Mondays.
Guided tours of museum and garden in English: Tues–Sun at 11:30 and 14.30. In the museum you can also use our audioguide in English.
Closed Midsummer’s Eve.
Group visits in Summer May-September
Book your group visit in advance by phone weekdays 9.30-16.00
018-471 28 38 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Maximum group size 15 persons (larger groups are divided with added cost for one more guide). A guided tour is just under one hour.
Cost: Weekdays 9.00-16.30 1000 SEK/guide + reduced entrance fee 80 SEK/person. Evenings and weekends 1600 SEK/guide + reduced entrance fee 80 SEK/person.
Group visits in Winter
The museum and gardens are is closed during the Winter season, but groups can still book a tour for an additional cost. A guided tour is just under one hour. Tours in winter must be booked no later than 1 week (7 working days) ahead of time. N.B.: no refund is given if a tour is cancelled after booking – all costs including entry fee and guide will be charged.
Maximum group size 15 persons (larger groups are divided with added cost for one more guide).
Cost: Weekdays between 9 and 16.30: 1000 SEK/guide + reduced entrance fee 60 SEK/person.
Evenings and weekends 1600 SEK/guide + entrance fee 60 SEK/person.
N.B.: reduced entrance fee from 2020: 80 SEK.
Admission: 100 SEK, giving admittance to both the garden and the museum. Payment in the pavilion in the Garden.
Students and pensioners: 80 SEK
Free admission: children under 18 accompanied by adults. Member of the Swedish Linnaeus Society.