The Linnaeus Garden
Reopens in May 2014. Welcome back!
The Linnaeus Garden was the first botanical garden in Sweden founded in 1655 by Olof Rudbeck the elder. It is laid out in the French Style and restored following Linnaeus' and Carl Hårleman's design from 1745. Today approximately 1300 species are grown here. All known to have been cultivated by Linnaeus and arranged according to his own system.
May to September Tue-Sun 11am to 5pm. Gates close at 8pm.
The Linnaeus museum (located in the garden and run separately by the Swedish Linnaeus Society) is open Tue-Sun May to September 11am to 5pm.
Common entrance fee (garden and museum): 60 SEK, children under 16 free.
Admission to the Garden free Tue-Sun 5pm to 8 pm.