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Botanical Gardens

#4 of 52 things to do in Uppsala Features Animals
8 Villavaegen, Uppsala 752 36, Sweden
+46 18 471 28 38
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The Botanical Garden is one of Uppsala's most popular destinations. Here, you can enjoy the grandiose Baroque Garden, visit the 200 year old Orangery with its beautiful grand halls or find inspiration for home gardening among rockery plants, vegetables, summer plants and in the systemic quarters of woody plants. The Tropical Greenhouse is home to Uppsala's only rainforest!
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8 Villavaegen, Uppsala 752 36, Sweden
+46 18 471 28 38
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Its a Nice place to think and enjoy all flowers u can take a Nice coupe of Coffee plus u can get inspiration to your garden

Thank Michael P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Uppsala, by the river and full of history is a wonderful town to visit anyway. When there, do pay at visit to the Botanical Gardens. Beautifully kept and a real oasis of peace.

1  Thank Foillan
Reviewed 9 June 2017

There is a lot of work being done so parts of the garden are not at their best at the moment. Walk through and cross the road and it's a different story. Lots of shrubs in flower. It's free entry to the garden.

Thank jlynch841
Reviewed 14 May 2017

Apparently they are just gearing up for their season. It's mid-May, and apparently things aren't really happening here just yet. I was there on a Saturday morning. Big bike race going on in the area, so maybe people were avoiding this area until it was...More

Thank Barry D
Reviewed 9 February 2017

We visited the botanic gardens in winter so there was really nothing to see in the large outside areas. There are however two buildings with collections of tropical plants which you can visit. The orangery is a big, old peach coloured building with huge windows...More

2  Thank James P
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

Very beautiful englush/ gustavian garden. You can just ho around and relax. There is one cafe on other side of garden between herbs and orher planet. You can see also special warm climb botanical insid garden with beautiful flowers.

Thank Shake1010
Reviewed 7 December 2016 via mobile

As it could be expected it wasn't open in this time of the year but it was nonetheless disappointing since they seemed like beautiful enough gardens to walk in any time of the year. There's a very nice view of the gardens from the castle...More

Thank mram101
Reviewed 7 December 2016

When I used to live in uppsala, I come here in the weekends for a picnic with my friends. Its a great place to take pictures. Ooo, you should also visit the backyard of botanical garden, as it has a nice small pond with trees...More

Thank poojavijaygopal
Reviewed 1 December 2016

The garden has several parts to it. I personally like to go to Tropiska växthuset (A tropical greenhouse).

Thank Sumedha D
Reviewed 25 November 2016

It is three parts to the botanical gardens, it is the garden, the Linnaeus garden and the museum. It is well worth a stroll at any point of the year.

Thank MrPhileasF
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