This is the in-city part of the Linnaeus experience. There's also a countryside house we didn't make it to that can also be toured. And there's a replica of his country house at Skansen. However, this review is more about what you can actually see in Uppsala. There's a garden: half of which is dedicated to annuals (we were too early in the season for this) and half to perennials. Most are medicinal, and it would be fun to have a master gardener walk you through this. What you get with the docent tour, which I recommend, is a bit of history, a walk through the house, and enough information to be helpful when wandering the grounds after.
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