Linné’s gardens

Posted Aug 11, 2010 at 18:34 CEST in Events, Museums, and Swedish events.

Linné painted by Roslin in 1775

The Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala are the gardens off famous Swedish 18th century botanist Carl von Linné, and the oldest botanical garden in Sweden. The gardens, and Linné’s summer house Hammarby are open to the public and seem to have 18th century events every now and then. This Sunday, August 15, there will be an 18th century market that I hope to go to. The calendar of events is only available in Swedish.