The Linnaeus Museum is Linnaeus’ former home where he lived with his wife and children. It paints an intimate portrait of the man through the objects, furniture and furnishings here. On display are his medicine cabinet, desk, insect cabinet, etc. mixed with household objects such as a tea service and wine glasses. You can also see objects connected with his expeditions and travels.
If you are Linnaeus fan you’ll love this place. If you don’t know much about Linnaeus but want to, this is the perfect place to start.
The Linnaeus Museum is in the Linnaeus Garden and just a short walk from Uppsala city centre. The museum is open between May and September.