Due to the government's decision to stop larger crowds

How are events and attractions affected?

Information regarding covid-19 (coronavirus)

As the Swedish government, at the advice of the Public Health Authority, has decided to stop all public gatherings with more than 50 people, in an effort to reduce the spread of covid-19 (corona virus), many events, meetings and fairs around the country are affected, as is Uppsala. Certain events and venues are not affected at this time, but update yourself about each individual event by contacting the organizer about what applies.

Read more about the decision on the website for Government Offices of Sweden (in Swedish).

Canceled or moved events in Uppsala

Filmstaden
Filmstaden closes its cinemas in Sweden, including, Filmstaden Uppsala, Spegeln, och Royal in Uppsala, and cancels all film screenings since March 18th. Please see the cinema chain’s information for ticket holders on their own website (in Swedish).

Fyrishov
For the latest information on events at Fyrishov, please see their updated list of affected events on their own website (in Swedish).

Katalin
For the latest information on events at Katalin, please see their updated list of affected events on their own website (in Swedish).

Kulturoasen
Kulturoasen i Hågaby cancels or moves all events between March 15th-28th. Please see their updated list of affected events on their own website (in Swedish).

Nordisk Film Bio
Nordisk Film Bio closes its cinema in Gränbystaden in Uppsala and cancels all film screenings since March 21st. Please see the cinema’s information for ticket holders on their own website (in Swedish).

Uppsala’s churches
The Swedish Church cancels or moves all concerts and events in Uppsala’s churches, including Uppsala Cathedral, during the rest of March. Please see the church’s information for ticket holders on their own website (in Swedish).

Uppsalas Konsert & Kongress
For the latest information on events at Uppsala Konsert & Kongress, please see their updated list of affected events on their own website.

Uppsala stadsteater
Uppsala stadsteater is temporarily closed for visitors between March 18th and April 1st. All performances and events during this period are canceled. Please see the theater’s information to ticket holders on their own website (in Swedish).

Sports events
Many planned sports events of different sizes are affected by the decision. Update yourself about each event by contacting the organizer.

Sights and attractions

Biotopia
Biotopia restricts its public activities since March 19th. The program activities with guided tours and birds of prey shows have been canceled until further notice. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

Bror Hjorths Hus
Bror Hjorths Hus restricts its public activities since March 17th. Public tours and events are canceled until further notice, and the sales of tickets for all events is closed. Art schools for children will continue as long as the schools are open. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

Carolina Rediviva
Carolina Rediviva’s exhibition hall and gift shop are temporarily closed to visitors since March 17th.

Gamla Uppsala museum
Gamla Uppsala museum is temporarily closed to visitors since March 28th. Events and group/study visits hat would have taken place at the museum in the near future are also canceled. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

Museum of Evolution
The Museum of Evolution is temporarily closed to visitors since March 17th. Events and group/study visits hat would have taken place at the museum in the near future are also canceled. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

Museum of Medical History
The Museum of Medical History is temporarily closed to visitors since March 16th, to begin with until April 14th. Events and group/study visits hat would have taken place at the museum in the near future are also canceled. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

The Botanical Garden (with the Orangery and the Tropical Greenhouse)
The Botanical Garden restricts its public activity since March 18th. The number of visitors to the Orangery and the Tropical Greenhouse is limited by the staff according to the appropriate visitor density, events where many people gather on a small area (including public tours) are canceled, the museum shops and the café in the Orangery are temporarily closed and cash handling is temporarily suspended.

Since March 27th, the Tropical Greenhouse has changed its opening hours to closed on weekdays and only open Saturday–Sunday 12:00–3:00 p.m. The number of visitors is limited to 30 people at a time. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

The Pump House
The Pump House is temporarily closed to visitors since March 16th, to begin with until April 12th. Events and group/study visits hat would have taken place at the museum in the near future are also canceled. See the museum’s own website for more information (in Swedish).

The Uppland County Museum
The Uppland County Museum is temporarily closed for visitors since March 13th. Events and group/study visits that would have taken place at the museum in the near future have also been canceled. See the museum’s own website for more information.

Uppsala Cathedral (with the Treasury)
Uppsala Cathedral restricts its public activity since March 19th. Open tours are canceled until further notice. See the museum’s own website for more information.

Uppsala Art Museum
Uppsala Art Museum cancels a number of events since March 17th. Please see their updated list of affected events on their own website (in Swedish).

Uppsala Industrial History Museum
The Uppsala Industrial History Museum is temporarily closed for visitors since March 14th. Events and group/study visits that would have taken place at the museum in the near future have also been canceled. See the museum’s Facebook page for more information (in Swedish).