Historic buildings and settings
Uppsala is a town rich in historic cultural settings. Many of them relate to Uppsala University. The venerable buildings of the University are still in use today for teaching and as workplaces.
University Main Building
The University Main Building is used for lectures, conferences, concerts and university ceremonies.
Gustavianum, Uppsala University’s oldest surviving building, was completed in 1625.
The University Library
Uppsala University Library has existed for nearly 400 years.
The Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden of Uppsala University is the oldest in Sweden.
The University Park
The University Park is one of the most remarkable parks in Sweden, surrounded as it is by a number of famous edifices.
The Theatrum Œconomicum is located next to the Old Square on Östra Ågatan.
The Munken Block is located in downtown Uppsala, between Västra Ågatan and Trädgårdsgatan.
Skytteanum is the residence of the Johan Skytte Professor in Eloquence and Political Science.
The Dag Hammarskjöld Library and Law Library is located on the corner of Trädgårdsgatan and Slottsgränd, adjacent to Östgöta Nation.