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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.
Museum Night at Gustavianum
During the Museum night Gustavianum open their doors for a museum visit far out of the ordinary. Guided tours in English with elements of drama will be held every half an hour starting at 20.00, with the exception of 20.30 when Egyptologist Aaron DeSouza will offer a unique opportunity to participate in a workshop called ”Potty Time: Ceramics of Ancient Nubia”.
Regular guided tours of Gustavianum in English
From June 11 to August 30 we offer daily guided tours, Tuesday to Sunday, at 13.00 of Gustavianum in English. Our guided tours take about 30 minutes and are open to all visitors and are included in the entrance fee.
Regular guided tours of Gustavianum in Swedish
From June 11 to August 30 we offer daily guided tours, Tuesday to Sunday, of Gustavianum at 15.00 in Swedish. Our guided tours take about 30 minutes and are open to all visitors and are included in the entrance fee.