Mummies, dinosaurs and beautiful art. The University’s collections of art and science history are unique.
The Linnaean Gardens
Lovely flowers, flesh-eating monstrosities and beneficial herbs…
Orchestras, choirs, big bands, rock bands and concert bands. Uppsala boasts a rich musical scene.
Go to a lecture!
At Uppsala University, you have the opportunity to listen to and learn from Nobel laureates, authors, politicians and many other guests and friends. Many of these lectures are open to the public, and offer new knowledge, impulses and insights for anyone interested.
New exhibition at the University Library
Welcome to a new exhibition and an entirely new exhibition hall at the University Library, Carolina Rediviva.
The exhibition contains the famous Codex argenteus, as well as the earliest reasonably accurate map of the Nordic countries, the Carta Marina, and the hand-drawn map of the city of Mexico from the middle of the sixteenth century.
The library also has temporary exhibitions on the history of the Carolina Rediviva building and on the donation by Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie in 1669, when the Codex argenteus and other important works were given to the Library.