Last updated 9 October, 2020

The Edvard Anderson Conservatory is open but with some restrictions (see below). The outdoor parts of the Bergius Botanic Garden are open as usual. (The Victoria House is closed for the season). No guided tours are held. Based on current conditions the Bergius Botanic Garden complies with responsible authorities’ recommendations and ICOMs checklist for reopening museums.

  • The number of visitors are limited in the Edvard Andersons Conservatory. It is not possible to pre-book a ticket. For groups, see further down this page.
  • Stay at home if you feel unwell.
  • Please show consideration for each other and keep at least 2 meter distance to other visitors and our staff.
  • The café in the Edvard Anderson Conservatory are closed, but it's possible to buy ice cream and cold beverages. The closest café and restaurant is in the Old Orangery, www.gamlaorangeriet.se .
  • It's only possible to pay with card in the Edvard Andersons Conservatory – no cash. You are welcome to support us by buying an annual pass to the Edvard Anderson Conservatory.
  • It's not possible to book guided tours for groups in the Edvard Anderson Conservatory.
  • If you are vsiting us as a group without need for a guided tour, you have to pre-book your visit. Groups planning a visit to the Edvard Andersons Conservatory, please contact infoea@bergianska.se (a maximum of 15 participants per group ).
  • Parking is available at the north entrance (Gustafsborgsvägen 4) and under the Roslagsvägen. Bike parking is available at the entrances to the Bergius Botanic Garden.
  • If you prefer to only visit us outdoors, there are many interesting and beautiful areas such as The Japanese Pond, Öland & Gotland, The Italian Terrace and The mountain shaped rockeries. Look for birds at the wetland or study bees at The Area for Pollination.

Please also follow our general rules and regulations.

The Edvard Anderson Conservatory
The Edvard Anderson Conservatory. Photo: Eva Dalin