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The Botanical Garden

Grand and Baroque

 
 

The Uppsala University Botanical Garden stylishly houses more than 9,000 plant species and is part of the Linnaean Gardens, with the Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus Hammaby.

What you can expect and get here is a botanical and gardening experience par excellence. Visit the baroque garden and the park during spring, summer and autumn for brilliantly coloured summer flowers, charming alpine plants, trees and shrubs from all around the world. Make a pit-stop at charming summertime Café Victoria for coffee and buns before heading for the gorgeous 200-year-old Orangery (Orangeriet) for cacti, Linnaeus’ bay trees, as well as fig and olive trees.

End on a sweaty note by taking in Uppsala’s only rain forest at the Tropical Greenhouse and see the coffee bushes, banana plants and orchids.

The Botanical Garden is a short walk from the city centre.

 
Facilities

Disabled persons:
Access- reduced mobility/wheelchairs
disabled parking
toilet for disabled persons
 

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