Take a guided tour of the Linnaeus' family home. Linnaeus' country estate, built in 1762, is one of Sweden's best preserved 18th century manors.
During the tour you get to see the interior of Carl Linnaeus' home including his bedroom and study with their unique floral wallpapers.
The manor is only open for guided tours.
Groups of more than 10 people have to book a private guide in advance as tickets to regular tours are limited.
The ticket price includes admission to the museum area with buildings, exhibitions and garden.
Visitors with free admission need to book tickets for the guided tour.
Free admission applies for:
· Children under the age of 18
· Members of our friendship associations (bring your membership card)
· Holders of our annual pass (bring the pass)
· Employees and students at Uppsala University (bring the access card or student union card)
Other concessions to the Linnaean Gardens of Uppsala