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Discover the wildlife of Uppland. In the diorama exhibits you can see and hear moose, pool frog, black grouse. On weekends and school holidays you can take part in thematic workshops. The current prog...


Vasaborgen is a summer open museum in the 16th century ruins of the original Uppsala Castle that Gustav Vasa (also known as Gustav I) constructed in 1549. Among the ruins, you will learn about the Vas...

The Museum of Evolution

Learn about your origin in our exhibition on human evolution. Look at the Nordic countries largest collection of real dinosaur skeletons. Get to now birds from Sweden and Darwin finches from the Galap...


Gustavianum is Uppsala University's oldest preserved building and houses thousands of years of history. In the museum's permanent exhibitions, you will find parts of the collections that Uppsala Unive...

The Botanical Garden

The Uppsala University Botanical Garden stylishly houses more than 7,500 plant species and is part of the Linnaean Gardens, with the Linnaeus Garden and Linnaeus Hammaby. What you can expect and get ...

Gamla Uppsala museum

Visit Gamla Uppsala Museum, one of Scandinavia's most noteworthy cultural environments, and learn more about the centuries-old myths surrounding the area. Exhibits include unique and original finds fr...

The Uppland County Museum

Upplandsmuseet is the county museum for Uppsala county. We aim to show you the vibrant and interesting cultural history of our county. We link the past to issues that are relevant both today and for t...

Linnaeus' Hammarby

Linnaeus' Hammarby is one of the most authentically preserved estates from the 1700s. The estate was purchased as a summer residence by the Prince of Botanists himself in 1758 and served as an escape ...

The Linnaeus Garden

Who was 18th century Swedish super-scientist Carl Linnaeus? What did he do that was so important and why should you visit his garden? Linnaeus' biological naming system (the binomial nomenclature) ma...

Carolina Rediviva

The Carolina Rediviva building is the main building of the Uppsala University Library and was built between 1820 and 1841. When you see the size of the place you'll understand why.

Carolina Rediv...

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