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Winter half-term at Gustavianum: Art in Ancient Egypt
A special event about different forms of decoration in the land of the pharaohs. How and why were houses and graves decorated? And how did people adorn themselves? Come to Gustavianum to discover more.
Food and food ways
Food is not only essential to life, it is also a means of expressing and transmitting culture. As long as people have traded, foodstuffs and culinary customs have been important items of exchange. Along food trade routes we have exchanged ingredients, recipes and food rituals. Come to Gustavianum to listen to researchers, ask questions, and discover this world of food. Free entrance.
Open house in the collections
For the fifth year in a row, Gustavianum and the Museum of Evolution are opening the doors to their collections housed at the Lagerträdet site. During the day, guided tours (pre-booking only) of the store rooms will be given in Swedish and English. Reserve your spot by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free admission.
An evening discussion about philosophies of life.
The Philosophy society Demiratus offers a dessection of life philosophies in the Anatomical Theatre. During the evening, students from Uppsala University will give presentations and invite discussion about several different philosophies of life. Would you like to challenge your preconceptions? Welcome to Gustavianum!
Easter holiday activities: Money at Gustavianum
In coins and notes we find stories about the past and hidden secrets imperceptible to the human eye. During Easter children have the opportunity to investigate, and learn more about, money. Together, we discover what they can tell us if we look really carefully. You can also make your own money during the workshop.
UAK sets the Museum to music.
Members of the Academy Chamber Choir of Uppsala (UAK) take you on a journey of the senses through Gustavianum's collections. Meet our objects in a way you have never before experienced.
Museinatten på Gustavianum
Uppsala's museums opens their doors for a joint evening programme. In Gustavianum, student guides create exciting encounters with the past. Guided tours in Swedish and English every hour on the hour.